Enough : Why the World's Poorest Starve in and Age of Plenty

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  • Edition: Reprint
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  • Copyright: 6/22/2010
  • Publisher: Public Affairs

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For more than thirty years, humankind has known how to grow enough food to end chronic hunger worldwide. Yet in Africa, more than 9 million people every year die of hunger, malnutrition, and related diseases every yearmost of them children. In this powerful investigative narrative,Wall Street Journalreporters Kilman & Thurow show exactly how, in the past few decades, Western policies conspired to keep Africa hungry and unable to feed itself.Enoughis essential reading on a humanitarian issue of utmost urgency.

Author Biography

Roger Thurow has been a Wall Street Journal foreign correspondent for twenty years.Scott Kilman has been the Journal‘s leading agriculture reporter. Thurow and Kilman recently won the Action Against Hunger Humanitarian Award.

Table of Contents

Preface: With Pious Regret Boricha, the Ethiopian Highlands, 2003p. ix
The Unfinished Revolution
Seeds of Change: Mexico, 1944p. 3
Flow and Ebb: Oslo, Norway, 1970p. 17
Into Africa: Northern Ethiopia, 1984p. 35
Good for the Goose, Bad for the Gander: Fana, Mali, 2002p. 53
Glut and Punishment: Adami Tulu, Ethiopia, 2003p. 71
Who's Aiding Whom?: Nazareth, Ethiopia, 2003p. 85
Water, Water Everywhere: Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, 2003p. 99
A Diet of Worms: Sudan, Swaziland, and Zimbabwe, 2003p. 113
Enough Is Enough
Resorting to Outragep. 129
"We Can Do Something About This": Dublin and Seattlep. 137
Take with Food: Mosoriot, Kenyap. 157
Two Steps Forward, Two Steps Back: Around the Worldp. 165
The Missing Links: Kenya and Ghanap. 189
The Opening Bell: Chicago to Addis Ababa to Qacha's Nekp. 207
Getting Down to Business: Davos to Darfurp. 225
Small Acts, Big Impacts: Kenya, Ohio, and Malawip. 243
"We Must Not Fail Them": Washington, D. C.p. 259
Epilogue Hagirsop. 277
Acknowledgmentsp. 285
Notesp. 287
Indexp. 293
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