Books recommendation on farming Show more
What are good books on farming: organic, small scale, intensive, soil regenerarive practice, closed system.
Something for beginers preferably, but anything interesting goes really.
Boost appreciated obviously :)
Just look at the timeline: 60's and 70's is the start of the IT-era, so to speak. The *reason* why we're in this monopolistic surveillance capitalism crap is because FTC was asleep at the wheel.
Here's the kicker: FTC can be made to, you know, do their damn job again.
> In creating the FTC in 1914, Congress gave it extraordinary powers to combat monopoly. These include the explicit authority not merely to prohibit “unfair methods of competition,” but also to define what counts as “unfair.”
> Starting in the 1960s and ’70s, conservative economists and jurists succeeded in persuading policy makers in both parties to back away from vigorous anti-monopoly enforcement.
> As a result, FTC began accommodating corporate power
Make your own predictions for the forthcoming year in literature… (for the @email@example.com)
I'm going to make a cop show that's a goofy late-90s comedy about two antifa slackers who become cops in order to sabotage the organization from the inside via wacky shenanigans, but somewhere along the way they see a real cop murder someone and have to not only prove that it happened, but make sure he actually gets punished for it