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Robin Hood In Reverse

Filed in: Agriculture Food United States

  • January 5, 2003
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Food Sovereignty

Filed in: Agriculture Food

  • January 5, 2003
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Tainted Tortillas

Filed in: Agriculture Food Mexico

  • January 5, 2003
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The new peasants’ revolt

Katharine Ainger takes issue with a model of agriculture that’s turning small farmers from stewards of the land into servants.

Filed in: Agriculture

Cutting the wire

The Landless Movement (MST) in Brazil came to prominence by occupying land. Now, reports Sue Branford, the movement’s getting serious about sustainable farming, too.

Filed in: Agriculture Brazil

Robin Hood in reverse

The 2002 Farm Bill pumps a $250-billion subsidy into big farming business in the US. The losers, says Anuradha Mittal, are almost everyone else.

Filed in: Agriculture United States

The magic bean

The way forward, says Jules Pretty, involves learning fromthe 350,000 generations of farmers, not just the last two generations of industry.

Filed in: Agriculture

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