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Food Fight, by Daniel Imhoff

By an everyday book reader
March 1, 2007

The Farm Bill is perhaps the single most significant land use legislation enacted in the United States, yet many citizens remain unaware of its power and scope.

With subsidies ballooning toward $25 billion dollars per year, the Farm Bill largely dictates who grows what crops, on what acreage, and under what conditions - all with major impacts on the country's rural economies, health and nutrition, national security, and biodiversity.

Food Fight: The Citizen's Guide to a Food and Farm Bill
by Daniel ImhoffBook Picture

Softcover: 136 pages
ISBN: 9780970950024, 0970950020
University of California Press
March 2007

As debate and wrangling over the 2007 Farm Bill intensifies, Food Fight offers a highly informative and visually engaging overview of legislation that literally shapes our food system, our bodies, and our future.

Daniel Imhoff is an award-winning author and publisher. Roberto Carra is an internationally acclaimed graphic designer, photographer, and art director. They have collaborated on book projects for over fifteen years, including Building with Vision, Farming with the Wild, and Paper or Plastic, all distributed by University of California Press.

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