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Issue 108 of New Internationalist

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February 1982

February 1982 - Issue 108

The time-honoured vision of the small, independent family farmer has given way to a new world of industrial agriculture. However, modern, industrial-style farming has yet to solve the problem of hunger. Wayne Ellwood argues that the agribusiness model may be creating more problems than it's solving.


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