Is more freedom the solution to the global food crisis?

According to ““, it is:

Definitely makes you think about the unintended consequences of our policy toward developing countries, as well as the policies within those places. It’s the poor who are hungry and suffering because we underestimate the effects of meddling with the market. Just something to ponder the next time you consider filling you car up with ethanol fuel.

via Tom Palmer at Cato@Liberty


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