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Season 2008 Episode 0811

What's for Dinner: Food and Politics in the 21st Century

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What's for Dinner: Food and Politics in the 21st Century
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Author Michael Ruhlman and Chef Dan Barber talk about modern industrial farming and agriculture in the United States as part of Chautauqua Institutions week long program called "What's for Dinner: Food and Politics in the 21st Century."

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