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AGRICULTURE AND THE HUMANITIES BIBLIOGRAPHY

I AGRICULTURE GENERAL

ANDERSOi, E.A.
1952 Plants, Man, and Life. UCA Press, Berkeley.
BAKER, O.E., and BORDSODI, R.
1939 Agriculture and Modern Life. Harper and Row: New
York, 1939
BERRY, W.
1977 The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture.
Sierra Club Books: San Franisco.
GRIGG, D.B.
1974 The Agricultural System of the World: An
Evolutionary Approach. Cambridge U Press.
HEADY, E.O.
1973 A Primer on Food, Agriculture, and Public Policy.
Random House: New York.
HEISER, C.B.
1973 Seed to Civilization: The Story of Man's Food.
Freeman: San Francisco.
JANICK, J.
1970 Plant Agriculture: Readings from Scientific
American. Freeman: San Francisco.
LORD, R.
1962 The Care of the Earth: A History of Husbandry.
Mentor Books: New York.
PYKE, iH.
1970 Man and Food.' McGraw Hill, New York.
SAUER, C.
1969 Seeds, Spades, Hearths, and Herds: The Domestication
of Foodstuffs. MIT Press: Cambridge.
WALCIIER, D.N., et.al., eds.
1976 Food, Man, and Society. Plenum: New York.


II AGRICULTURE- HISTORICAL ACCOUNTS


CARMEN, H.J., ed.
1939 An American Husbandry. Columbia U Press, New York.
CARTER, V.G., and DALE, T.
1955 Topsoil and Civilization. U of Oklahoma Press,
Nor;.an.
CARRIER, L.
1923 The Beginnings of Agriculture in Am:erica. McGraw
dill : New York.


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COCHRANE, W.W.
1979 The Development of American Agriculture: An
historical Analysis. U of iinnesota Press, Minneapolis.
GATES, P.W.
1960 The Fafmer's Age Agriculture 1815-1360. Harper
end Row, New York.
HYAMS, E.
1949 Soil and Civilization. Harper and Row: New York.
LOUDERMILK, W.C.
1943 The Conquest of the Land through 7,000 Years, USDA
Bulletin 99
MARX, L.
1964 The Machine in the Garden. Oxford: New York.
MASEFIELD, G.B.
1950 A Short History of Agriculture in the British
Colonies. Claredon, Oxford.
PRENTICE, E.P.
1951 Hunger and History. Caxton: Caldwell, Idaho.
RASMUSSEN, W.D.
1960 Readings in the History of American Agriculture. U
of Illinois Press, Urbanna.
ROHRER, W.C.
1969 The Agrarian Tradition in America. Bobbs-Merrill,
Indianapolis.
SHANNON, F.A.
1945 The Farmer's Last Frontier: Agriculture, 1860-1897.
Farar and Richards, New York.

III ECONOMIC ANALYSES

BINSWANGER, H.P.& RUTTAN, V.W.
1978 Induced Innovation. Johns Hopkins: Baltimore.
BREIMYER, H.F.
1965 Individual Freedom and the Economic
Organization of Agriculture. U of Illinois Press,
Urbanna.
CAPSTICK,
1971 The Economics of Agriculture. St. Martins
Press: New York.
CAULEY, T.J.
1956 Agriculture in an Industrial Economy: The
Agrarian Crisis. Bookman: New York.
deJANVRY, A.
1981 The Agrarian Question and Reformism in Latin
America. Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore.
PERELMAN, M.
1977 Farming for Profit in a Hungry World: Capital
and the Crisis in Agriculture. Allanheld, Osmun, and
Co.: Montclair, N.J.
RITSON, C.
1971 Agricultural Economics: Principles and
Policies. St. Martins: New York.
RUTTAN, V.W. & HAYAMI, Y.
1971 Agricultural Development: an International
Perspective. Johns Hopkins: Baltimore.
WILCOX, -,et.al.
1974 The Economics of American Agriculture.
Prentice Hall: New York.





IV ETHICAL ISSUES IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION


1. TLe Ethics of Land Use, Ownership and Reform:

BARNES, PETER
1978 The People's Land: A Primer on Land Reform.
Rodale: Emmaus.
GOLDSMIDT, WALTER
1947 As You Sow. Allanheld: Montclair.
LEHMAN, D. ed.
1974 Peasants, Landlords, and Governments:
Agrarian Reform in the Third World. Holmes and Meir.
OTTOSON, H.W., ed.
1963 Land Use, Policy and Problems in the United
States. U of Nebraska Press
WORLD BANK
1974 Land Reform. World Bank Paper, Rural
Development j;ries, Washington, D.C.

2. The Ethics of Animal Use

CLARK, S. R.
1977 The Moral Status of Animals. Oxford U. Press.
GODLOVITCH, STANLEY, et.al., eds.
1972 Animals, Men And Morals.' Taplinger, New York.
LEEDS, ANTHONY
1965 Man, Culture and Animals.' AAAS: Washington,
D.C.
MAGEL, CHARLES R.
1980 A Bibliography on Animal Rights. University
Press of America, Washington, D.C.
MASON, JIM & SINGER, PETER
1930 Animal Factories. Crown: New York.
REGAN, TOM
1982 All That Dwell Therein: Essays on Animal
Rights and Enviromental Ethics. UCal Press.
SINGER, PETER & .REGAN, TOM
1976 Animal Rights and Human Obligations, Prentice
Hall: New York.
SINGER, PETER
1977 Aniaml Liberation. Avon: New York.

3. The Ethics of Agricultural Labor

GOLDFARD, R. L.
1981 Migrant Farm Workers: A Case for Despair.
Iowa State Press: Ames
MILLIKAN & HAPGOOD,
1967 No Easy Harvest. Little, Brown, and Co.: New
York.

3. The Ethics of Agricultural Sustainability

BROWN, LESTER R.
1931 Building a Sustainable Society. W. W. Norton:
New York.
SIKJRA, R. I. & BARRY, BRIAN





1978 Obligations to Future Generations. Temple
University Press, Philajelphia.

5. The Ethics of the Agricultural Enviroment and Its
Resources

BARBOUR, IAN ed.
1973 Western Man and Enviromental Ethics.
Addison-Wesley: Reading, MA.
BLACK, JOHN
1970 The Dominion of Man: The Search for Ecological
Responsibility. Edinburgh University Press.
CHISHOLM, ANN
1972 Philosophers of Earth. Dutton: New York.
COX, G.W. & ATKINS, M. D.
1979 Agricultural Ecology. Freeman: San Francisco.
DASMANN, R.
1976 Enviromental Conservation. Wiley: New York.
DUBOS, RENE
1980 The Wooing of Earth. Scribners: New York.
KOLLOVSKY, DANIEL
1974 An Ecological and Evolutionary Ethic. Freeman:
New York.
LENIHAN, J. & FLETCHER, W.
1975 Food, Agriculture, and the Enviroment.
Blackie: London.
LEOPOLD, ALDO
1949 A Sand County Almanac. Oxford Press: New York.
LORD, RUSSELL
1963 The Care of the Earth. Mentor: New York.
OPHULUS, WILLIAM
1977 Ecology and the Politics of Scarcity. Freeman:
New York.
PARTRIDGE, EARNEST, ed.
1981 Responsibilities to Future Generations:
Environmental Ethics., Promenteus: Buffalo.
PASSMORE, JOHN
1974 Man's Responsibility for Nature. Scribners:
New York.
SHRADER-FRECHETTE, K. S.
1931 Enviromental Ethics.' Boxwood Press: Pacific
Grove, CA.
WARD, BARBARA & DUBOS, RENE
1971 Only One Earth: The Care and Maintenance of a
Small Planet. Norton: New York.

V ETHICAL ISSUES IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH, EDUCATION, AND
POLICY

1. Value Assumptions in Agricultural Research and Education

BUSH, LAWRE[ICE; LACY, W. B. & SACHS, C.
1980 Research Policy and Process in the
Agricultural Sciences. Dept. of Sociology: U of Kentucky
Press.
HIGHTOWER, JAMES
1972 Hard Tomatoes, Hard Times: The Failure of the
Land-Grant College System. Schenckman: Cambridge, MA.




JAMISON, D. T. & LAY, L.J.
1981 Farmer Education and Farm Efficiency. Johns
Hopkins Press: Baltimore.

2. The Ethics of Developmental Policy and Models
BEAUCHAMP, TOM L.
1975 Ethics and Public Policy. Prentice Hall:
Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
BELDEN, J., et. al., eds.
1981 New Directions in Farm, Land, and Food Policies.
Institute for Policy Studies: Washington, D.C.
BELDEN, J. & FORTE, G.
1976 Towards a National Food Policy. Project for
Economic Alternatives: Washington, D.C.
BERRY, A. R. & CLINE, W. R.
1979 Agrarian Structure and Productivity in Developing
Countries. Johns Hopkins: Baltimore.
BROWN, P. G. & SHUE, H.
1977 Food Policy: U.S. Responsibility in the Life and
Death Choices. Free Press: New York.
CLAWSON, M.
1976 A New Policy Direction for American Agriculture.
Resources for the Future: Washington, D.C.
HARWOOD, R. R.
1979 Small Farm Development: Understanding and
Improving Farming Systems in the Humid Tropics.
LAPPE, F. M. & COLLINS, J.
1980 AID as Obstacle. Institute for Food and
Development Policy: San Francisco.
PAARLBERG, DON
1981 Farm and Food Policy. University of Nebraska:
Lincoln.
TOLLEY, G. S.
1981 Agricultural Price Policy and the Developing
Countries. Johns Hopkins Press: Baltimore.

3. Political Considerations

CATHIE, JOHN
1981 The Political Economy of Food Aid. St. Martins
Press: New York.
GALLI, R. ed.
1981 The Political Economy of Rural Development:
Peasants, International Development, and the State. SUNY.
GOODMAN, D. & REDCLIFT, M.
1982 From Peasant to Proletarian: Capitalist
Development and Agrarian Transitions. St. Martins: New
York.
GRIFFIN, KEITH
1975 The Political Economy of Agrarian Change.
MacMillan: London.
HENDERSON, HAZEL
1981 The Politics of the Solar Age. Anchor: Garden
City, NJ.
MITCHELL, D.
1975 The Politics of Food. Lorimer: Toronto.

VI ETHICAL ISSUES AND VALUES IN THE AGRICULTURAL LIFE








BERRY, WENDELL
1981 The Gift of Good Land. North Point Press: San
Francisco.
BRUCE,
1982 Rural Settlement in an Urban World. St.
Martins Press: New York.
DILLMAN, DON
1982 Rural Society in the U.S.: Issues for the
1980's.
GULLEY, J. L.
1974 Beliefs and Values in American Farming.
USDA-ERS #558: Washington, D.c.
VOGELER, INGOLF
1981 The Myth of the Family Farm. Westview Press:
Boulder, CO.

VII ETHICAL ISSUES IN FOOD DISTRIBUTION, PROCESSING, AND
MARKETING

1. Hunger and Malnutrition

AIKEN, WILLIAM & LAFOLLETTE, HUGH
1977 World Hunger and Moral Obligation. Prentice
Hall: Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
BALL, I.
1981 World Hunger: A Guide to the Economic and
Political Dimensions. ABC-CLIO.
BORGSTROM, GEORGE
1969 The Hungry Planet. Collier Books: New York.
DUMONT, R. & COHEN, N.
1980 The Growth of Hunger: A New Politics of
Agriculture. Marion Boyars: New York.
GEORGE, SUSAN.
1977 How the Other Half Dies. Allanhels, Osmun:
Montclair.
LAPPE, F. M. & COLLINS, J.
1977 World Hunger: Ten Myths. IPS: Washington, D.C.
LUCAS, G. R. & OGLETREE, T. W.
1976 Lifeboat Ethics: The Moral Dilemmas of World
Hunger. Harper: New York.
MURDOCK, W. W.
1981 The Poverty of Nations. John Hopkins:
Baltimore.
PADDOCK, P. & WILLIAM
1968 Famine-1975!. Little, Brown: Boston.
SIMON, A.
1975 Bread for the World. Paulist: New York.
SIMON, A. & PAUL
1973 The Politics of World Hunger. Harpers: New
York.
WORTMAN, STERLING & CUMMINGS, R. W.
1981 To Feed This World. JohnscHopkins: Baltimore.

2. Nutrition, Processing, and Marketing

HURR, R.
1975 Food Reform, Our Desparate Need. Heidelburg:




Austin.
LAPPE, F. M.
1975 Diet for a Small Planet. Avon: New York.

VIII PROBLEMS OF AGRICULTURE GENERAL

BERRY, WENDELL
1978 The Unsettling of America. Avon: New York.
BORGSTROM, GEORGE
1969 Too Many: A Study of the Earth's Biological
Limitations. MacMillian: New York.
BROWN, LESTER R.
1978 The 29th Day. Norton: New York.
---1974 By Bread Alone. Praeger: New York.
COCHRANE, WILLARD W.
1969 The World Food Problem. Crowell: New York.
COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
1980 The Global 2000 Report. GPO: Washington, D.C.
DROSDOFF, M. ed.
1979 Papers on World Food Issues. Cornell U Press


Ithaca.
HAINESWORTH, P. H.
1954 Agriculture: A New Approach. Farber:London.
HICKS, C. S.
Natural Resources: An Agricultural Perspective. St.
Martins, New York.
MERRILL, RICHARD, ed.
1976 Radical Agriculture. Harper and Row: New York.
USDA
1981 A Time to Choose: Summary Report on the
Structure of Agriculture. Washington, D.C.


IX SPECIFIC PROBLEMS OF AGRICULTURE

1. Loss of Cropland/Soil Conservation


ALLABY, M
1975
BALFOUR,
1949
BENNETT,
1947
New York.
BLOBAUM,


Losing Ground. FOE: London.
E.
The Living Soil. Farber: London.
HUGH
Elements of Soil Conservation. McGraw Hill:


R.


1974 The Loss of Agricultural Land. Report to
Council on Enviromental Quality: Washington, D.C.
ECKHOLM, ERIC
1978 Losing Ground: Enviromental Stress and World
Food Prospects. Norton: New York.
HOWARD, SIR ALBERT
1940 An Agricultural Testiment. Rodale: Emmaus,
1973.
JACKS, G. V.
1939 Vanishing Lands.
KELLOGG, CHARLES E.
1941 The Soils that Support Us. MacMillan: New York.
OSBORN, F.


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1948 Our Plundered Planet. Little, Brown: Boston.
RODALE, J.
1945 Pay Dirt. Devin Addair: New York.

2. Erosion

FAULKNER, E. H.
1943 Plowman's Folly. U oklahoma Press: Norman.
JACKS, G. V. & WHITE, R. 0.
1939 The Rape of the Earth.
SAMPSON, NEIL
1981 Farmland or Wasteland: A Time to Choose.
Rodale: Emmaus.
SEARS, PAUL B.
1935 -Deserts on the March. U Oklahoma Press: Norman.
SHEPPARD, HERBERT
1945 Food or Famine: The Challenge of Erosion.
MacMillan: New York.

3. Energy Use in Agriculture


COMMONER,
1976
FLUCK, R.
1980
LEACH, G.


BARRY
The Poverty of Power. Knopf: New York.
C. & BAIRD, C. D.
Agricultural Energetics. AVI: Westport, CT.


1977 Energy and.Food Production. International
Institute for Economic Development: London.
LOCKERETZ, WILLIAM, ed.
1977 Agriculture and Energy. Academic Press: New
York.
MAKHIJANI, A.
1975 Energy and Agriculture in the Third World.
Ballinger: Cambridge.
ODUM, H. T.
1971 Enviroment, Power and Society. Wiley: Nlew.York.
PIMMENTAL, DAVID
1979 Food, Energy and Society. Wiley: Hew York.

4. Genetic Considerations/ Green Revolution
BROWN, LESTER R.
1970 Seeds of Change. Praeger: New York.
Dahlberg, KEiJNETH
1979 Beyond the Green Revolution. Plenum: New York.
MEYERS, NORlANI
1979 The Sinking Ark. Pergamon Press.
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
1972 Genetic Vunerability of Major Crops. GPO:
Washington, D.C.
PEASE, ANDREW
1980 Seeds of Plenty. Seeds orf nt- Social an
Economic Implications of the Green Revolutiom. Claredon:
Oxford.

5. Agribusiness

0GLDSMIDTH, WALTER
1947 As You Sow. Allanheld: Montclair.





GEORGE, SUSAN
1979 Feeding the Few: The Coroorate Control of
Food. IPS: Washington, D. C.
h=AL-i, R. H.
1974 Food for Naught. Harper: New York.
HIGHTOWER, JIMi
1975 Eat Your Heart Out; Food Profiteering in
America. Crown: New York
JACbSoN, M.
1975 Food for People, Not for Profit. Ballantine:
Nlew York
LAPPE, F. M. & COLLINS, J.
1977 Food First. Mifflin: Boston.
RAY, VICTOR
1968 The Corporate Invasion of American
Agriculture. National Farmer's Union: Denver.
4ELLFOIPUD, HARRISONi
1972 Sowing the Wind. Grossman: New York.
WILLIAMS,
1974 The Great American Food Scandal. Morrow: New
York.
YOUNG, JOHN A.
1979 Capitalism and Human Obsolescence: Corporate
Control and Individual Survival. Allanheld Osmun:
Montclair, NJ.

6. Mechanization/ Appropriate Technology
DIWAN, R. K. & LIVIIGSTON, D.
1979 Alternative Development Strategies and
Appropriate Technology. Pergamon: New York.
ECXAUS, R. S.
1977 Appropriate Technology for Developing Countries.
NAS: Washington, D.C.
GEERTZ, CLIFFORD
1966 Agricultural Involution. U CA Press: Berkeley.
GOULET, D.
1977 The Uncertain Promise: Value Conflicts in
Technology Transfer. IDOC: New York.
LCGu, F. A. & OLESON, A.
1980 Appropriate Technology and Social Values.
Ballinger: Cambridge.
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
1979 Energy for Rural Development: Renewable
Resources and Appropriate Technolozy for Developing
Countries. GPO: Washington, D.C.
SHUMACHER, E. F.
1973 Small is Beautiful. Perrenial Library: New York.
STEWART, FRANCES
1978 Technology and Underdevelopinent. MacMillan:


London.


7. Pest Control
CARSON, RACHEL
1962 Silent Spring. Fawcett: Greenwich, CT.
PIMMENTAL, DAVID
1975 World Food, Pest Losses, And the Enviroment.
AAAS: New York.




RUDD, R. L.
1954 Pesticides and the Living Landscape. U Wisconsin
Press: Madison.
van den BOSCH, R.
1)73 The Pesticide Conspiracy. Doubleday: Garden City,
:IJ.

X ALTERNATIVE AGRICULTURAL METHODS

DOUGLAS, J. S.
1976 Forrest Farming: A Solution to World Hunger
and Conservation. Rodale: Emmaus.

1976 The One Straw Revolution: An Introduction to
Natural Farming. Hodale: Lmm;aus.
-HOWARD, SIR ALBERT
1947 -The Soil and Health: A Study of Organic
Agriculture. Schocken Books: New York.
JACKSON, WES
1980 New Roots for Agriculture. FOE: San Francisco.
KOEPH, H. H.
1946 Biodynamic Agriculture. Anthroposophic Press:
Spring Valley, NY.
.MOLLISON1, WILLIAM
1979 Permaculture: Practical Design in Permanent
Agriculture. Tagari.
OELHAF, ROBERT
1978 Organic Agriculture. Allanheld: Montclair.
PHILLIPS, S. H. & YOUNG, H. H1.
1973 No Tillage Farming. Reiman: WN.
SMITH, J. RUSSELL
1950 Tree Crops: A Permanent Agriculture. Harper:
Jew York.




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