The Unsettling of America by Wendell Berry

This book is a profound critique of modern industrial agriculture, arguing that it degrades the land and disconnects people from their food sources. The author advocates for a return to more traditional, sustainable farming methods, which he believes will lead to healthier communities and a more balanced relationship with the environment. He also explores the broader cultural implications of this shift, including the potential for greater self-reliance and a deeper sense of connection to the natural world.

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