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Questions regarding the history of widespread scarcity of food, caused by any of a number of natural or man-made reasons.

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implemented, seemingly to this day? Agronomy hardly seems to be rocket science, and also there was and still is a lot of fertile land available. EDIT: Chief among the famines would be the famine of '47 …
asked Oct 16 '14 by user1095108