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Nonfiction YA introduction to world food shortages, the Green Revolution, problems of adequate potable water, chemical v nonchemical food protection; marine food sources, protein sources.
Library Binding, 192 pages
Published October 28th 1971 by Julian Messner (first published 1971)
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