Linking People and Themes, 1945-95
Wide-ranging but closely detailed, the book examines the ways agriculture and food production became increasingly industrialized and technological during the post-war decades. In response, the organic movement urged an approach to agriculture based on awareness of ecological restraints and of the finitude of natural resources, seeking to cooperate with nature rather than dominate it.
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