Alas, it also isn't likely to stop trying. Lusk notes that after Prop 37 went down, at least one activist group said it planned to back a similar initiative taking shape in Washington state. But he adroitly exposes these groups' hypocrisy: “They readily celebrate bottom-up developments, like the proliferation of farmers markets. But they want to orchestrate, from the top down, whatever they find lacking.”
Lusk concludes with this: “We all can celebrate a good heirloom tomato, but something is rotten about the one forced upon us.”
To which, on this day of giving thanks, we will add a resounding “Amen!”
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