&i;`A well-considered, logical and authoritative analysis of the CAP and the pressures it must adapt to. It presents a radical yet realistic set of proposals which combine what sensibly should be done with what reasonably can be done. Having read this you can only wonder what all the fuss has been about, because the way ahead suddenly seems clear and obvious.'&o; Professor John McInerney, University of Exeter.
&i;`This work brings an extremely interesting element of reflection to the debate. If European agriculture is to remain an economic force and not an element of folklore, it must continue to evolve. This book traces the broad outlines that this change needs to follow.'&o; Claude Villain, former Director-General for Agriculture, EC Commission
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