You can now get The Politics of Food Supply in paperback for just $22. Check it out from Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, or the Yale University Press webpage.
The paperback edition includes a new preface that I wrote.
In the new preface, I briefly discuss how the book's analysis of changes in US agricultural policy relates to the 2008 food crisis, in which the number of people suffering from hunger in the world is estimated to have surpassed 1 billion for the first time and which led to food riots in more than 30 countries.
Check it out!