Can hunger end?

A review of David Rieff

The binding constraint on progress against hunger and malnutrition is weak political commitment.


Whitebread Protestants, by Daniel Sack

Food unites mainline Protestants, Daniel Sack argues in this engaging account of the role played by food in white, middle-class churches--what the author affectionately calls "whitebread Protestants." Touching on a variety of topics ranging from communion practices, to inner-city soup kitchens, to fellowship meals, Sack presents a culinary montage that reveals the deep symbolic and theological