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"A strong and timely collection . . . a compelling, historically oriented survey of the political economy of the state-supported corporate takeover of world food production.")-("Current Anthropology"), ()

"A strong and timely collection . . . a compelling, historically oriented survey of the political economy of the state-supported corporate takeover of world food production."-"Current Anthropology",

"A strong and timely collection . . . a compelling, historically oriented survey of the political economy of the state-supported corporate takeover of world food production."-"Current Anthropology"

A strong and timely collection . . . a compelling, historically oriented survey of the political economy of the state-supported corporate takeover of world food production. -"Current Anthropology""

About the Author

Fred Magdoff taught at the University of Vermont in Burlington, is a director of the Monthly Review Foundation, and has written on political economy for many years. He is most recently the author (with John Bellamy Foster) of "The Great Financial Crisis: Causes and Consequences" (Monthly Review Press).

Brian Tokar is a long-time activist and author, and current director of the Institute for Social Ecology based in Plainfield, Vermont. He is the author of The Green Alternative and Earth for Sale and lectures widely on a variety of environmental and political topics.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A thoughtful and very highly recommended read 15 Feb. 2011
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Can the world sustain itself with the demands of its population? "Agriculture and Food in Crisis: Conflict, Resistance, and Renewal" discusses this important problem facing the world. The advancements in food production have not been able to meet the demands of the world's rapidly expanding population. Discussing the problem the world faces in the future, a serious crisis that needs to be answered, "Agriculture and Food in Crisis" asks and answers many questions, and proves to be a thoughtful and very highly recommended read.
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