I would and did. Because it is so important to understand this situation that is facing us and what we can do about it. Because of this book, we are starting a garden, recycling, going to start raising chickens and goats. You don't have to make these choices but it will certainly make you think and at least make you want to go to the farmer's market rather than the supermarket.
What it takes to grow and raise our food and finding out that it doesn't have to be as disturbing, if done the right way, as the feedlots and monoculture systems. It also makes me to take action to stay in contact with my local representatives to change the restraints against local food. Its better to have many avenue to get food rather than just one, industrial food monopoly.
His enthusiasm and passion.
Its funny in several places. I laughed, I was shocked, and I was outraged.
Do not pass up this book. Everyone should listen to this.
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