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Poverty, hunger and democracy

David Bigman

Poverty, hunger and democracy

the struggle of the African people against poverty and hunger and for true democracy

by David Bigman

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food supply -- Africa,
  • Poor -- Africa,
  • Hunger -- Africa,
  • Democratization -- Africa

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementDavid Bigman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9017.A2 B54 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23919153M
    ISBN 109780230205284
    LC Control Number2009044522


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The Politics of Hunger in India: A Study of Democracy, Governance and Kalahandi’s Poverty by Bob Currie; Macmillan India, Chennai, ; (cloth) Rs Because hunger is not caused by scarcity; it’s caused by maldistribution, poverty, and a lack of democracy. Today, the situation is remarkably similar.

Even after diverting much of the world’s grain and soy to animal feed and non-food uses like biofuel, the world produces about 50 percent more calories than is needed to feed every person on.

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The note is in four parts: Part A reviews the extent of poverty and outlines some of the particular challenges confronting democracies in the current historical situation.

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Thereafter, it specifically examines undernutrition and starvation deaths in Orissa. For the millions who continue to work in hazardous conditions at low wages, and for those who are brutally exploited, it is hunger that compels them to take on a subhuman existence.

What can be afforded by whom is a crucial question; those who can barely afford to consume are bereft of the basic outcomes of democracy. Poverty vs. Democracy in America 50 years after Lyndon Johnson launched the War on Poverty, tens of millions of second-class Americans are still Author: Daniel Weeks.

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Democracy in Poverty: A View from Below () was published by the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University and is available on Amazon for the poverty-line price of $ Funding for the research was provided by the Safra Center and by the Carsey School for Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire.

The world produces enough food to feed 10 billion people. Poverty and hunger prevail because of economics, not scarcity. Food security and malnutrition have. In his landmark ''Poverty and Famines'' (), he argued that most famines could be readily prevented by mounting public works projects for those most in peril.

That book did not consider the role of democracy. Soon after it appeared, however, Mr. Sen began hearing reports about the Chinese famine of to Author: Michael Massing.

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