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Wonder and Exploitation in European Adventurism

care to discuss all the different aspectsof policy including the impact of agricultural policy on the nutritional status of people. But somewhere along the line in approaching the solution to the problem they have sought simplistic ones assuming that while more food may become available, more is consumed by many, more energy may beexpended in securing it resulting in little anthropometric change. It is rather surprising that conclusions such as the above can be drawn while it is well known that there is no linear relation between production and consumption.

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