Englishmen eat meat at every dinner,noblivious to his immediately previous assertionnthat "the poor were virtually excludednfrom a beef-centered diet untilnwell into the last quarter of the nineteenthncentury, having to settle insteadnfor . . . cheese, milk, butter, and otherndairy products."nRifkin considers the keeping of pedigreednanimals to be racist, and unfairlynaccuses . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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