The Greatest Revolution

Most people throughout the industrial world see cheap and readily available food as simply another modern amenity, such as electricity or running water. Few understand that agriculture has always been political, because it is tied to human survival.

Tobias J. Lanz

Tobias J. Lanz teaches politics at the University of South Carolina.

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