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Let Them Eat Promises: The Politics Of Hunger In America By Nick Kotz,

  • Title: Let Them Eat Promises: The Politics Of Hunger In America
  • Author: Nick Kotz
  • ISBN: 9780385055789
  • Page: 303
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    1. The book was published in 1969 and is long since out of print, but it provides a detailed account of how hunger issues appeared on the national agenda in the mid 1960s and how Richard Nixon finally was the one who agreed to tackle the problem The politics of hunger was much closely related to the Civil Rights Movement than I realized When the Rev Ralph Abernathy created an encampment in Washington, many of the protests were outside of the Department of Agriculture, of all places And many of the [...]

    2. let them eat promises is an examination of the politics of hunger in america in the late 60s, but it functions as a horror novel that catalogues the indifference of the nation s mosr powerful politicians as they make excuse after excuse to not solve the problem political life is rendered as a sustained effort at keeping your head buried in the sand as a means of avoiding the confrontation of humanity this sort of evil indifference to those who need the most crosses political boundaries a willing [...]

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