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1. [http://internationalviewpoint.org/spip.php?article1774 Esther Vivas, 2009, Food Crisis: Causes, Consequences and Alternatives]
 
1. [http://internationalviewpoint.org/spip.php?article1774 Esther Vivas, 2009, Food Crisis: Causes, Consequences and Alternatives]
2. Marx, 1867, 'Large-Scale Industry and Agriculture', Capital: Volume
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One, Chapter 15, Section 10, pp. 636 - 638
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2. Marx, 1867, 'Large-Scale Industry and Agriculture', Capital: Volume One, Chapter 15, Section 10, pp. 636 - 638
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3. Marx, 1867, 'The Progressive Production of a Relative Surplus Population or Industrial Reserve Army', Capital: Volume One, Chapter 25, Section 3, pp. 781 - 794
 
3. Marx, 1867, 'The Progressive Production of a Relative Surplus Population or Industrial Reserve Army', Capital: Volume One, Chapter 25, Section 3, pp. 781 - 794
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4. [http://viacampesina.org/en/index.php/publications-mainmenu-30/1017-sustainable-peasant-and-family-farm-agriculture-can-feed-the-world- Vía Campesina, 2010, Sustainable Peasant and Family Farm Agriculture can Feed the World"]
 
4. [http://viacampesina.org/en/index.php/publications-mainmenu-30/1017-sustainable-peasant-and-family-farm-agriculture-can-feed-the-world- Vía Campesina, 2010, Sustainable Peasant and Family Farm Agriculture can Feed the World"]

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1. Esther Vivas, 2009, Food Crisis: Causes, Consequences and Alternatives

2. Marx, 1867, 'Large-Scale Industry and Agriculture', Capital: Volume One, Chapter 15, Section 10, pp. 636 - 638

3. Marx, 1867, 'The Progressive Production of a Relative Surplus Population or Industrial Reserve Army', Capital: Volume One, Chapter 25, Section 3, pp. 781 - 794

4. Vía Campesina, 2010, Sustainable Peasant and Family Farm Agriculture can Feed the World"