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It is obviously nostalgic. I long for days when more people understood the necessity for the connection to the land too, but playing something like this won’t bring that back. The “green revolution” has helped us feed more people, but it also pushed the problem of hunger further from eyes. It turned food into a commodity, another thing to make someone rich, and did extensive damage to the types of farmers that Harvey talks about. And not just American farmers, Ethiopian and Haitian farmers too. I wish this was how farming really worked, but it’s not.