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For more than two hundred years, Ethiopia's agricultural system was one of the most innovative and efficient in Africa, but it has been afflicted in the recent past by a series of crises: famine, declining productivity, and losses of biodiversity. McCann analyses the country's recent agricultural history to determine whether the ox-plow agricultural system has adapted to population growth, new crops, and challenges of a modern political economy based in urban centres.