Gene Traders: Biotechnology, World Trade, and the Globalization of Hunger Brian (ed) Tokar

ISBN: 9780974693514

Published: July 7th 2004

Paperback

124 pages


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Gene Traders: Biotechnology, World Trade, and the Globalization of Hunger  by  Brian (ed) Tokar

Gene Traders: Biotechnology, World Trade, and the Globalization of Hunger by Brian (ed) Tokar
July 7th 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 124 pages | ISBN: 9780974693514 | 9.75 Mb

Brian Tokar brings us a gold mine of in-depth investigations showing exactly how corporations and global institutions are systematically manipulating governments, farmers and public opinion to gain control over our food supply. Gene Traders providesMoreBrian Tokar brings us a gold mine of in-depth investigations showing exactly how corporations and global institutions are systematically manipulating governments, farmers and public opinion to gain control over our food supply.

Gene Traders provides the detail and insight we need to take part in the global democracy movement to reverse this catastrophe. [Frances Moore Lappe] In this broad and comprehensive survey, seven authors show how the interplay of trade policy, development politics and biotechnology increases dependency and hunger, while compromising the survival of traditional farmers and their communities.



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