What’s for Dinner? And Who Can We Trust to Feed Us?

A political democracy is worthless without an economic democracy. What we have in America, with its 1-10% minority in control of 95% of the wealth, is closer to an economic monarchy. The fundamental necessities of food, clothing, and shelter are largely controlled by business and government interests that are far removed from the people who depend upon them. A community that can’t feed itself is vulnerable to the whims of others.

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Rashid Nuri