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  • Posted April 25, 2011

    A MUST read - finally the FACTS.

    I put all the other articles on the subjects of Chemicals in our food and water that are making us sick, not just the occasional "sniffles", but the Cancers, ADD, Arthritis, Birth defects and so many deceases, and the Organic Manifesto captures the ENTIRE scope of the Political control of our HEALTH. The Author has done her duty in sharing her knowledge with the WORLD. My knowledge on ORGANIC has expanded to the core of my Being. This book has strongly encouraged me to make sure every individual I know will be wiser when it comes to protecting not only their Bodies, but also the precious ENVIRONMENT which we desperately need to survive.

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  • Posted April 9, 2010

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    This book will change the way you look at produce!

    Organic Manifesto makes excellent argument for the case of organic farming. The book exposes the myth that "conventional" farming techniques are necessary to feed the world in an affordable way. In fact, organic farming would not requre the massive amounts of government funds that currently go into our food production today- the hidden costs that we do not see reflected on the price tag at the grocery store. This book also shows why eating organic is much more important than eating local when it comes to both our health and the health of the environment. While the average reader might find this book a little dry, it is an excellent resource for people who have read Michael Pollan's books and wish to learn more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2010

    Yawn!

    Pedantic and boring. Ponderous even though I agree with the arguments the author advances. Believe me, you've read it all before in a much more interesting presentation. Kudos to Ms. Rodale for her passion, but save your money and just buy organic.

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