Adam Lerrick

Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute

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Visiting Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and Professor of Economics at Carnegie Mellon University

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The  G-8 leaders  took heat from Britain's Guardian newspaper this week for discussing the world's food crisis over a 19-dish dinner prepared by 25 chefs in Hokkaido, Japan.

The World's Biggest Challenge: Feeding Humanity

The G-8 leaders took heat from Britain's Guardian newspaper this week for discussing the world's food crisis over a 19-dish dinner prepared by 25 chefs in Hokkaido, Japan.

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