National seminar on U.S. food policy in relation to world food needs: a report of proceedings
From the foreword: For the past half dozen years there has been much open and some shrouded discussion on the subject of the world’s exploding population and the food resources of the productive and underproductive parts of the world to meet this problem. Late in June 1965 a conference was called in Estes Park, Colorado in an attempt to define the problem, review the history, discuss the alternatives and recommend solutions. By design, representatives of a dozen or more disciplines were invited to participate in the conference on the assumption that the altering of any segment of a society reacts ...
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