By: P Foster
Although there is more than enough food in the world, millions starve every year from undernutrition. The reasons are political, economic, or demographic. Beginning with issues of basic definition Foster examines each possible cause of undernutrition and then looks forward to the possible alleviation of such suffering, both short and long-term. This is a thoughtful and provocative book. Highly readable.
Adamantine Studies in Politics, Economy and Development
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