Hunger Is Over, If We Want It

“In addition to inequality,” the authors write, “our corporate food system is so broken nearly 60 percent of the calories Americans eat now offer us zero nutrition; and virtually no Americans meet dietary guidelines.” (Photo: Karl Hendon/via Getty Images)

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The author of nineteen books, beginning with the acclaimed Diet for a Small Planet, and co-author of Daring Democracy.

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Frances Moore Lappé

Frances Moore Lappé

The author of nineteen books, beginning with the acclaimed Diet for a Small Planet, and co-author of Daring Democracy.

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