In meat we trust : an unexpected history of carnivore America
"Maureen Ogle guides us from the colonial paradise to the urban meat-making factories of the nineteenth century to the hyperefficient packing plants of the late twentieth century. From Swift and Armour to Tyson, Cargill, and ConAgra. From the 1880s cattle bonanza to 1980s feedlots. From agribusiness to today's 'local' meat suppliers and organic countercuisine. Along the way, Ogle explains how Americans' carnivorous demands shaped urban landscapes, Midwestern prairies, and western ranges, and how the American system of meat making became a source of both pride and controversy."--www.Amazon.com.
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