Agriculture and Food in Crisis

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Author : Fred Magdoff & Brian Tokar
Pages : 333
Edition : 2011

The contributors to this collection, a set of global thought-leaders on the subject, alert us to the connections between widespread ecological crises, human exploitation, and the way we eat. The book explores frightening long-term trends in food production and investigates the implications of an agricultural system that is oriented around the creation of profit above all else, with food as nothing but an afterthought. It could serve as an indispensable guide for the years ahead, in which world politics could come to be increasingly understood as food politics.

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