http://www.isn.ethz.ch/Digital-Library/Articles/Detail/?lang=en&id=91044 "To unravel the forces that brought us to this point, you have to trace a staggering web of international policies back about a half-century. "In documenting its history, scholar Raj Patel came to the conclusion that the food crisis is not so much about food as it is about gaping global inequities. 'The reason people go hungry is not for a shortage of food,' he said in an interview. 'We have enough food to feed everyone. The reason people go hungry is that they are poor.'" Capitalism produces enough food to feed every human being alive, yet millions starve to death every year? Might that have something to do with production-for-profit as opposed to production-for-need?