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Laurie DeRose, Ellen Messer, and Sara Millman

United Nations University Press


© The United Nations University, 1998

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ISBN 92-808-0985-7

DeRose, Laurie Fields, 1968-
Who's hungry? And how do we know?: food shortage, poverty, and deprivation/Laurie DeRose, Ellen Messer, and Sara Millman.

p. cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

ISBN 9280809857 (pbk.)

1. Poverty. 2. Hunger. 3. Starvation. 4. Food supply.
5. Nutrition policy. 6. Famines. 7. War and society.
8. Economic sanctions. I. Messer, Ellen.
II. Millman, Sara. III. Title.

HC79.P6D47 1998
363.8 - dc21


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