From a capitalist point of view how are the farmers field and the human

From a capitalist point of view how are the farmers

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3.From a capitalist point of view, how are the farmer’s field and the human organism less than ideal? (p94)
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4.Why does complicating food make economic sense to the food processors? (p95) 1. What is the underlying cause of the obesity epidemic? (p1000 In the early years of the nineteenth century, Americans began drinking more than they ever had before or since, embarking on a collective bender that confronted the young republic with its first major public health crisis — the obesity epidemic of its day. Corn whiskey, suddenly superabundant and cheap, became the drink of choice. Because of this American farmers were producing far too much corn and they distilled into into alcohol, which drove the price down, which made it more accessible.
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