By John Robbins
In what Frances Moore Lappé referred to as "a smooth, no longer strident voice," John Robbins makes probably the main eloquent argument for vegetarianism ever published.
Originally released in 1987, nutrition for a brand new the US woke up the sense of right and wrong of a kingdom with its startling exam of the foodstuff we purchase and devour — and the ethical, financial, and scientific rate we pay for it. Drawing a transparent line connecting America's manufacturing facility farm approach with sickness, animal cruelty, and ecological crises, Robbins makes possibly the main eloquent argument for vegetarianism ever released. Robbins walked clear of his family's company — the Baskin-Robbins ice cream empire — to pursue his dream of selling a fit society that practices "compassionate stewardship of a balanced ecosystem." In Diet for a brand new America he provides either a irritating portrait of our present method and a imaginative and prescient for the long run that may train and empower readers to alter.
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