Enrico's Reviews > Closing the Food Gap: Resetting the Table in the Land of Plenty

Closing the Food Gap by Mark Winne
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Nov 24, 2010

it was ok

Winne deserves praise for his commitment, but the book lies between an unorganized collection of stories and a political program to help the poor people of the USA with palliative solutions without really questioning the source of the unjust gap. I think it lacks the broad view of hunger and poverty outside the core of the Empire, in the provinces of the so-called Third World: without any reference to that, any work on these problems can't be convincing and complete.

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