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|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|| Hunger, education, and agriculture -- The first wave in Europe : women and welfare -- The United States : surplus, security, and schools -- The second wave : the U.N.'s world food programme -- Changes and challenges : local food and cash transfers.
|| "In Feeding the Future, Jennifer Geist Rutledge investigates how and why states have assumed responsibility for feeding children, chronicling the origins and spread of school lunch programs around the world, starting with the adoption of these programs in the United States and some Western European nations, and then tracing their growth through the efforts of the World Food Program. The primary focus of Feeding the Future is on social policy formation: how and why did school lunch programs emerge? Given that all countries developed education systems, why do some countries have these programs and others do not?"--Publisher's website.
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