Thursday, June 13, 2024
Chris Judd

The politics of food

During everyday chit-chat, we seldom associate politics with food. When an election or just hot political topics arise, we are assured that jobs, health care, education, national defence and the state of the economy will be at the top of the list of debatable subjects. 
We often look back before making serious decisions for the future. In the Bible there were several mentions of voyages to find grain in times of a drought. Some early invasions were made to gain access to grain to feed the country. Even inside the pyramids . . .

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