The Feeding Web: Issue...
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A compendium of writing, mostly from the 1970s, on issues surrounding food: overpopulation and food production, processing, advertising, environmentalism, etc. Surprisingly little of the selected articles seem out of date, which could either show that the book is rather prescient or that not much has changed in the past 35 years. I'm not sure myself.
Joan Gussow is a highly acclaimed nutrition educator who has demonstrated that year-round eating from 1,000 square feet in a suburban riverfront village is possible, life-sustaining, and delicious. She is the author of This Organic Life, The Feeding Web, and Growing, Older and is Mary Swartz Rose Professor Emerita and former chair of the Columbia University Teachers College Nutrition Department. S...moreMore about Joan Dye Gussow...