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Global Food Interdependence: Challenge to American Foreign Policy
Global Food Interdependence: Challenge to American Foreign Policy
By Raymond F. Hopkins and Donald J. Puchala
Columbia University Press, 1980, 250 pp

More leadership by the United States, closer international cooperation and more use of multilateral agencies, a little more stability in the commercial market, more food aid and more production of food in developing countries-these are the key recommendations of the two political scientists who have provided a valuable and succinct analysis here of problems that are likely to get worse than they have been in recent years.