By: Joan Thirsk
371 pages, 26 b/w illus
Thirsk reveals how the forces which drive our current interest in alternative forms of agriculture - a glut of mainstream meat and cereal crops, changing eating habits, the needs of medicine - have striking parallels with earlier periods of our history, emphasizing that we can still find solutions to today's problems in the experience of people from the past.
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