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Hunger : the oldest problem
—Caparrós, Martín, 1957- author.
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"An up-to-the-minute global investigation of famine and the persistent issues the keep most of the world hungry. By one of Latin America's most famous and formidable journalists comes a book for the ages. In HUNGER, award-winning author Martin Caparros goes in search of why, in the 21st century, most of the world's inhabitants still go hungry daily and to do this he travels to places where food is scarce -- Niger and Northern India, as well as to the cattle grounds of Argentina, the world's biggest beef exporter, and on to the Chicago Food Bank to learn more about the power of food distributors"-- Provided by publisher.

Item Details
Food supply.
Other Authors:
Silver, Katherine, translator.
translation of: Caparrós, Martín, 1957- Fame. English.
New revised, English language edition.
xv, 525 pages ; 24 cm
"First published in 2015 by Editorial Anagrama"--Title page verso.
Includes bibliographical references.
Translated from Spanish.
Link to PAC
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