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April 30, 2010

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I'm anxious to read more about this phenomenon in relation to femininsm. I've yet to be exposed to many women who have quit their jobs in order to raise animals. But I have found that more women AND men are attempting to live simpler lives by growing their own food, baking their own bread. While growing your own veggies or caring for a few hens doesn't solve many of the environmental issues we face, these actions reflect a changing national consciousness. Your comments on the urban farms in Detroit were of particular interest, and I hope to read more positive accounts of what is happening in that city.

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