How the other half dies: the real reasons for world hunger

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Allanheld, Osmun, May 1, 1977 - Business & Economics - 308 pages
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Contends that worldwide food shortages and hunger result directly from the practices of the corporations controlling the agricultural markets and describes those corporations' power bases and their relationships with government agencies

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User Review  - Victoria - Goodreads

A well-written exploration of world hunger and famine. Read full review

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User Review  - Suzahn - Goodreads

Even though it's older (late 70s?), I feel it is one of the best criticisms of the Green Revolution I have read yet. Read full review

Contents

Whos the Thief?
3
The Population Myth
31
Local ElitesAnd How to Join Them
46
Copyright

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George has written widely on development and globalization issues for three decades. She is Associate Director of the Transnational Institute and Vice President of ATTAC-France.

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