Farming without Land
Agriculture, Human Development, Politics
Discusses the 'prevalent practice of baby-farming', practitioners of which are distinguished from other farmers because they are never protectionists and always 'utterly heartless', since they do not wish for any legislation that will protect their livestock.
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