The Reproach of Hunger

A forceful critique of the ideology that has captured many transnational
institutions in recent decades, The Reproach of Hunger is a substantial work of
political thought.” —John Gray, New Statesman “David Rieff reminds [us] that
hunger is a ...

Author: David Rieff

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1439148597

Category: Political Science

Page: 432

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Hailed as “invaluable…a substantial work of political thought,” (New Statesman) in a groundbreaking report, based on years of reporting, David Rieff assesses whether ending extreme poverty and widespread hunger is truly within our reach, as is increasingly promised. Can we provide enough food for nine billion people in 2050, especially the bottom poorest in the Global South? Some of the most brilliant scientists, world politicians, and aid and development experts forecast an end to the crisis of massive malnutrition in the next decades. The World Bank, IMF, and Western governments look to public-private partnerships to solve the problems of access and the cost of food. “Philanthrocapitalists” Bill Gates and Warren Buffett spend billions to solve the problem, relying on technology. And the international development “Establishment” gets publicity from stars Bob Geldorf, George Clooney, and Bono. “Hunger, [David Rieff] writes, is a political problem, and fighting it means rejecting the fashionable consensus that only the private sector can act efficiently” (The New Yorker). Rieff, who has been studying and reporting on humanitarian aid and development for thirty years, takes a careful look. He cites climate change, unstable governments that receive aid, the cozy relationship between the philanthropic sector and giants like Monsanto, that are often glossed over in the race to solve the crisis. “This is a stellar addition to the canon of development policy literature” (Publishers Weekly, starred review). The Reproach of Hunger is the most complete and informed description of the world’s most fundamental question: Can we feed the world’s population? Rieff answers a careful “Yes” and charts the path by showing how it will take seizing all opportunities; technological, cultural, and political to wipe out famine and malnutrition.

The Rise of Food Charity in Europe

Riches, G. (1997) 'Hunger and welfare state: comparative perspective', in G.
Riches (ed) First world hunger: Food security and ... Rieff, D. (2015) El oprobio
del hambre: alimentos, justicia y dinero en el siglo XXI [The reproach of hunger:
Food, ...

Author: Lambie-Mumford, Hannah

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 1447347587

Category: Political Science

Page: 224

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As the demand for food banks and other emergency food charities continues to rise across the continent, this is the first systematic Europe-wide study of the roots and consequences of this urgent phenomenon. Leading researchers provide case studies from the UK, Finland, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Slovenia and Spain, each considering the history and driving political and social forces behind the rise of food charity, and the influence of changing welfare states. They build into a rich comparative study that delivers valuable evidence for anyone with an academic or professional interest in related issues including social policy, exclusion, poverty and justice.

Illustrative Notes

30 And I will multiply the fruit of the tree , and the increase of the field , that ye
shall receive no more reproach of famine ... This statement that the newly planted
people shall never again experience the reproach of hunger among the heathen
is ...

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The Dogs and the Fleas

You know I have a Reputation which is very dear to me ; and if these Hungry
Dogs come here and find the Truth is not as preached , they will reproach me as
one of you , and so I and my Reputation and my Book will fall into contempt , and
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Author: Frederic Scrimshaw

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Category: Labor

Page: 273

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The Hunger War

The reproach of extravagance under these circumstances becomes ludicrous. It
is no wonder that the shadow of war hangs over the once cheery market-place,
and that the old happy carelessness gladdens us no more.7 1917 would be a ...

Author: Matthew Richardson

Publisher: Pen and Sword

ISBN: 1473827493

Category: History

Page: 272

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In the First World War the supply of food to civilians became as significant a factor in final victory as success or defeat on the battlefields. Never before had the populations of entire countries lived under siege conditions, yet this extraordinary situation is often overlooked as a decisive factor in the outcome of the conflict. Matthew Richardson, in this highly readable and original comparative study, looks at the food supply situation on the British, German, French, Russian and Italian home fronts, as well as on the battlefields. His broad perspective contrasts with some narrower approaches to the subject, and brings a fresh insight into the course of the war on all the major fronts. He explores the causes of food shortages, as well as the ways in which both combatant and neutral nations attempted to overcome them. He looks at widely differing attitudes towards alcohol during the war, and the social impacts of food shortages, as well as the ways in which armies attempted to victual their troops in the field.

A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures Minor prophets

The promised good is always to be under : ment , -- the people of the new
planting shall stood with the condition that men repent , Mal . never again
experience the reproach of hunger iii . 7 ” ( STARKE ) . —- " The self - evident
condition among ...

Author: Johann Peter Lange

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A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures Ezekil Daniel

The promised good is always to be under . ment , - - the people of the new
planting shall stood with the condition that men repent , Mal . never again
experience the reproach of hunger iii . 7 " ( STARKE ) . — “ The self - evident
condition among ...

Author: Johann Peter Lange

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The Hunger of the Heart

reproach of God , particularly in connection with the discussion of the problem of
good and evil in the world , the implicit reproach of God for having made him with
certain imperatives , especially the sexual imperative , but then always falls ...

Author: Donald Capps

Publisher: Society for Scientific Study

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The Poetry of Louise Gl ck

A Poetics of Desire Throughout her career, Glück has represented speakers who
are hungry. Unlike Kafka's Hunger Artist, who made an exhibition of his starvation
because he could find nothing he wanted to eat, Glück's personae go hungry ...

Author: Daniel Morris

Publisher: University of Missouri Press

ISBN: 9780826265562

Category: Electronic book

Page: 274

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"Explores Glück's utilization of masks of characters from history, the Bible, and fairy tales, discussing the persistent themes and transitional tone of her poetry through close reading of her early work, Firstborn; through the book-length sequences Ararat, Meadowlands, and The Wild Iris; to her latest, including Vita Nova and Averno"--Provided by publisher.

Memoirs of the Life of Artemi of Wagarschapat Near Mount Ararat in Armenia

... would have nothing more to say to him , or even reproached him with his
conduct , and thus he complained to me , that ... however , of the hunger and the
reproach I had already endured on account of his name , when there was no
money to ...

Author: Artemiĭ (Araratskiĭ)

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Category: Armenia

Page: 374

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Memoirs of the life of Artemi of Wagarschapat from the Arm or rather from the Russ written by himself

I reminded him , however , of the hunger and the reproach I had already endured
on account of his name , when there was no money to back it ; but for *
Denstschiks are soldiers appointed to attend officers , but who are paid andfed by
the ...

Author: Artemii (Araratskii.)

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The Way to Christ Described in the Following Treatises

... and to all the Reproach of Vanity , which derideth it because it goeth forth from
its own House wherein it was born , and regardeth Vanity no more , but merely
desireth the Love of God in Christ Jesus . 91 . In such a Hunger and Desire the ...

Author: Jakob Böhme

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Category: Christian life

Page: 115

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The Dark Hole of World Hunger and the Christian Solution

fields , so that you need never again bear the reproach of famine among the
nations ” ( vs . 30 NKJ ) . Jesus Spoke of Famine The accounts of those years of
suffering and famine undoubtedly filtered down from survivors to their later
offspring .

Author: Lester Sumrall

Publisher: Sumrall Pub

ISBN: 9780937580233

Category: Hunger

Page: 194

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In our modern society, nothing is so under attack by Satan as the home. Lester and Louise Sumrall have made this series to encourage you to make your home a place of love and happiness.

The Hunger Angel

And I'm different without you. You're the only one who thinks you're never
different. But when you stole bread you were different, and I was different, and all
the others, too—but that I'd never say to him, because it would sound like a
reproach.

Author: Herta Müller

Publisher: Metropolitan Books

ISBN: 0805095462

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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A masterful new novel from the winner of the 2009 Nobel Prize, hailed for depicting the "landscape of the dispossessed" with "the concentration of poetry and the frankness of prose" (Nobel Prize Committee) It was an icy morning in January 1945 when the patrol came for seventeen-year-old Leo Auberg to deport him to a camp in the Soviet Union. Leo would spend the next five years in a coke processing plant, shoveling coal, lugging bricks, mixing mortar, and battling the relentless calculus of hunger that governed the labor colony: one shovel load of coal is worth one gram of bread. In her new novel, Nobel laureate Herta Müller calls upon her unique combination of poetic intensity and dispassionate precision to conjure the distorted world of the labor camp in all its physical and moral absurdity. She has given Leo the language to express the inexpressible, as hunger sharpens his senses into an acuity that is both hallucinatory and profound. In scene after disorienting scene, the most ordinary objects accrue tender poignancy as they acquire new purpose—a gramophone box serves as a suitcase, a handkerchief becomes a talisman, an enormous piece of casing pipe functions as a lovers' trysting place. The heart is reduced to a pump, the breath mechanized to the rhythm of a swinging shovel, and coal, sand, and snow have a will of their own. Hunger becomes an insatiable angel who haunts the camp, but also a bare-knuckled sparring partner, delivering blows that keep Leo feeling the rawest connection to life. Müller has distilled Leo's struggle into words of breathtaking intensity that take us on a journey far beyond the Gulag and into the depths of one man's soul.

The Beauty Myth

Finally, “within weeks of reducing their food intake,” they “reported relentless
hunger, as well as powerful urges to break dietary rules. Some succumbed to
eating binges, followed by vomiting and feelings of self-reproach. Ravenous
hunger ...

Author: Naomi Wolf

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 144819007X

Category: Social Science

Page: 352

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The bestselling classic that redefined our view of the relationship between beauty and female identity . Every day, women around the world are confronted with a dilemma – how to look. In a society embroiled in a cult of female beauty and youthfulness, pressure on women to conform physically is constant and all-pervading. In this iconic, gripping and frank exposé, Naomi Wolf exposes the tyranny of the beauty myth through the ages and its oppressive function today, in the home and at work, in literature and the media, in relationships between men and women, between women and women. With pertinent and intelligent examples, she confronts the beauty industry and its advertising and uncovers the reasons why women are consumed by this destructive obsession. ‘Essential reading’ Guardian ‘A smart, angry, insightful book, and a clarion call to freedom. Every woman should read it’ Gloria Steinem

The Hunger Being Realities of the Famine Years in Ireland 1845 to 1848

... the reproach crystallised into the abusive term " The Dirty Irish . Miserable as
were these unfortunate exiles from their native land , their state was far preferable
to that of other thousands who were evicted from their home and not expatriated .

Author: Andrew Merry

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Category: Ireland

Page: 436

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Father Hunger

Mothers often feel remorse for what they have done, but fathers more often
reproach themselves for what they have not done. Thus, the father's emotional
experience may be more similar to grief, a sharp sorrow or pained regret for
having ...

Author: Margo Maine, Ph.D.

Publisher: Gurze Books

ISBN: 9780936077581

Category: Psychology

Page: 288

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"Father Hunger" is the emptiness experienced by women whose fathers were physically or emotionally absent—a void that leads to unrealistic body image, yo-yo dieting, food fears and disordered eating patterns. The term, which is now part of the psychology lexicon, originated with the first edition of this work in 1991. After having completed a decade's worth of further investigation, Dr. Maine has updated the information about men and their daughters in this second edition. She offers a new crash course on being a girl in today's culture, based on her expertise as a leading eating disorders prevention advocate. This edition describes the origins of father hunger and its effect on the family, with even more practical solutions to help fathers and daughters understand and improve their relationships. Also included is an expanded section for educators and therapists to help them more effectively prevent and treat the problems that occur between dads and daughters.

Ego Hunger and Aggression

XI UNDOING OF A NEGATION ( CONSTIPATION ) Few of Freud ' s remarks have
impressed me as deeply as his answer to the reproach that he was turning
everything upside down . He denied it : “ If people are standing on their heads ,
then it ...

Author: Frederick S. Perls

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Category: Psychology

Page: 332

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A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures

The reproach of Christ . ... the reproach for the sake of Christ it seems to me that
one might , with nearly which Moses endured by virtue of his hope in equal truth ,
say that he left “ fearing , " or , " no ! the Messiah ; Bl . , Del . ... hunger and thirst .

Author: Johann Peter Lange

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The Reproach of Christ

He had been stoned , he had been beaten with stripes , he had been left for dead
; he had known hunger and thirst and nakedness ; his body was scarred with the
wounds of violence , his face furrowed by ceaseless anxiety and care ; it was a ...

Author: William James Dawson

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Category: Congregational churches

Page: 281

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