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The Vegetarian Myth

August 21st, 2009, by


Agriculture--its foods, its civilizations--is the end of the world. There is no peace in the warfare that agriculture demands, no justice in the slavery it requires, no life in the bare, salted rock it leaves behind. And there is nowhere else to go. These are our choices, as bare as that dead rock: accept our place as animals, a place both humble and wild, or impose ourselves and our food across our living home of land and sea and sky until the planet dies.

The Vegetarian Myth
by Lierre Keith

I have not yet had the opportunity to read this book, but I have heard nothing but great things about it. Here is what Dr. Eades had to say about this book on his blog:

But I can tell you that Lierre Keith’s book is beyond fantastic. It is easily the best book I’ve read since Mistakes Were Made, maybe even better. Everyone should read this book, vegetarian and non-vegetarian alike. If you’re a radical feminist, you should read this book; if you’re a male chauvinist, you should read this book; if you have children, especially female children, you should read this book; if you are a young woman (or man) you should read this book; if you love animals, you should read this book; if you hate vegetarians, you should read this book; if you are contemplating the vegetarian way of life, you should definitely read this book; if you have a vegetarian friend or family member, you should this book and so should your friend. As MD said after she read it, “everyone who eats should read this book.”

My copy should arrive sometime next week and I am looking forward to reading it. Based on what I have read of it so far, I would urge the rest of you to do the same.

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