The Maine Campus
Redistribution of wealth and social revolution were among the solutions to world hunger proposed at a symposium last night in Hauck Auditorium by three experts in the field. Cheryl Payer, visiting lecturer from the New York School for Social Research, New York, and an acclaimed critic of American food policy, led off the evening by saying, "It is a scandal that hunger should exist in a world where we send people into space, and a shock to watch people starve on TV.'' She said the problem is unscientific or technological, but political, and represents "the greatest indictment of our social system."
Social Justice_Maine Campus_vol_88_no_52_p_1-1981-04-10
Meade, Andrew, "Equity seen as a key to well-fed world" (1981). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 601.
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