Food Rebellions: Crisis and the Hunger for Justice
In this very timely book, two of the most prominent critics of the global food system dissect the causes of hunger and the food price crisis, locating them in a political economy of capitalist industrial production dominated by corporations and driven by the search for pro?ts for the few instead of the welfare of the many. The picture that emerges is a political economy of global production that is failing badly to feed the world and is itself contributing to the spread of inequalities that promote hunger.
Specifications of Food Rebellions: Crisis and the Hunger for Justice
|Edition||F First Paperback Edition Used|
|Publisher||Food First Books|
|Number Of Pages||260|
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