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The Reproach Of Hunger: Food, Justice, And Money In The Twenty-First Century

Book Cover - The Reproach Of Hunger: Food, Justice, And Money In The Twenty-First Century

Six year in the making, The Reproach Of Hunger: Food, Justice, And Money In The Twenty-First Century is a book that looks to answer the simple question is ending extreme poverty and hunger finally with humanity's grasp; or to put the question concretely can provide enough food for the nine billion people that will be alive in 2050, two billion more than today, especially bottom poorest in the global south. 

David Rieff is a professor at Bard College, a teaching fellow at the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California Berkley. The author of several books and articles for many publications like the New York Times and The New Republic. 

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