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Irish Experience Can Benefit Global Hunger Fight

Irish people are never far from the land. A nation of farmers, we have built much of our economy on our island's good soil, temperate climate, and plentiful rainfall. The absence in Ireland's history of a conventional 'industrial revolution' meant that for the most part, Ireland's growth and transformation through the centuries has been closely tied to the land, and what it produces.
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