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Title:Beyond Beef : The Rise and Fall of the Cattle Culture
Price:AUD$19.95 (about USD$15.70)
ISBN:9780670848447
Item ID:P002-0002733
Quantity:1
Publisher:Viking O'Neil Australia, Ringwood, VIC, 1992
Edition:1st
Binding:Hardcover
Condition:Fine
Dust Jacket:Fine
Viking O'Neil Australia, 1992, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: Fine, 1st

1st Printing. 353 pages. An excellent copy and is in fine condition. It has no tears to the pages and no pages are missing from the book. The spine of the book is in great condition and the dust jacket is unmarked. It has no signs of previous use. Items are in stock and will be shipped same day or next business day directly from our Australian address. SYNOPSIS: Cattle and other livestock consume more than one third of the world's grain while billions of people go hungry. Meanwhile, affluent Americans, Europeans and Japanese gorge on beef and increasingly die from heart disease, cancer and other diseases closely correlated with consumption of meat and dairy products. Rifkin ( Entropy ) drives home the moral paradoxes inherent in this situation in a timely, tremendously important book that ranks with Peter Singer's Animal Liberation and John Robbins's Diet for a New America as a call to nutritional sanity, environmental ethics and awakened conscience. The chapter on lax inspection procedures and abysmal conditions in slaughterhouses is shocking. Backed by persuasive evidence, Rifkin states that cattle are a major cause of pollution, deforestation, desertification and, through the methane they produce, global warming. Charting the human-bovine relationship from the Lascaux caves to the junk-food hamburger, he suggestively argues that beef-eating has helped support male dominance, gender and class hierarchies, and myths of meat as a sign of strength and virility. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Environmental Conservation & Protection, Biotechnology, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry, Crop Science, General, Sustainable Agriculture, Third World Development; ISBN: . ISBN/EAN: 9780670848447. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 0002733.
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