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Exploring the Tomato Transformations of Nature, Society and Economy

By: Mark Harvey, Stephen Quilley and Huw Beynon
Publisher: Edward Elgar
Exploring the Tomato
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&i;`A wonderful study of contemporary capitalism, as mirrored through the tomato. The authors explore social, economic, historical and biological aspects of the tomato in what deserves to become a minor classic. Read it and enjoy!'&o; Richard Swedberg, Stockholm University

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By: Mark Harvey, Stephen Quilley and Huw Beynon
Publisher: Edward Elgar
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