By: Steven Stoll
302 pages, 9 b/w illus, 4 maps
Invoking history, economics, sociology, agriculture, and environmental studies, Stoll traces the often tragic repercussions of fruit farming and shows how central this story is to the development of the industrial countryside in the twentieth century.
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