Already lauded as a deft blend of tough investigative reporting and deep compassion an unforgettable exploration of public policy its failures and its victims by the most respected senators members of congress journalists and hunger advocates in the country growing up empty is a study of a hidden epidemic that still remains largely unacknowledged at the highest political levels. Most americans may find it hard to accept that millions in this nation are suffering from hunger an affliction most often associated with war torn africa or flood ravaged bengal. Growing up empty is a study of the hidden hunger epidemic that still remains largely unacknowledged at the highest political levels and an unforgettable exploration of public policy its failures and its victims william raspberry washington post. Loretta schwartz nobel author of growing up empty claims that it is an individuals duty to eliminate hunger because of ones strict american values and morals they are expected to follow citizens should take matters in their own hands and eliminate the hunger epidemic through their daily actions. Schwartz nobel winner of the robert f kennedy memorial award follows up her groundbreaking 1981 expos starving in the shadow of plenty with a new report aiming to tell additional stories
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