Hunger in the Land of Plenty: A Critical Look at Food Insecurity
In the United States today, 50 million people don't have enough food. How is this possible in one of the world's wealthiest countries? Why hasn't the problem been solved? Is it simply an economic issue? Challenging conventional wisdom, the authors of Hunger in the Land of Plenty explore the causes and consequences of food insecurity; assess some of the major policies and programs that have been designed to reduce it; and consider alternative paths forward.
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