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No Free Lunch: Food & Revolution in Cuba Today

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Published June 28th 1989 by Princeton University Press (first published 1984)
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Benjamin grew up in Long Island, New York, a self-described "nice Jewish girl." During her freshman year at Tufts University, she renamed herself after the Greek mythological character Medea. She received master's degrees in public health from Columbia University and in economics from The New School.

Benjamin worked for 10 years as an economist and nutritionist in Latin America and Africa for the U
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