By Janet Poppendieck University of California Press 2010, 387 pp. Poppendieck, professor of sociology at Hunter College of the City University of New York, dissects the school food issue from historic, cultural, financial and political perspectives. Written for non-professionals, this exhaustive examination will also be of some value to school nutrition directors, many of whom probably know fairly little about the history of the School Lunch Program and the political dynamics that ...

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