The old well-known classic on organic agriculture. Acclaimed in the West as ‘the father of sustainable agriculture’, Howard confessed that the Indian farmers were his ‘professors’. He wrote ‘An Agricultural Testament’ to draw attention to the destruction of the soil. He rooted his criticism of modern agriculture in his own experiments with organic farming and invented the Indore method of composting.
For people of all ages who want to understand the link between U.S. militarism, foreign policies and corporate greed. The book illustrates (in comic book format) why the U.S. is necessarily dependent on war to feed its shameful consumption patterns. Updated 2010 edition.