iNDex
actants (nonhuman actors), 61, 62, 151, 153;
hormones and, 181; photo of handcuffed
Bové as, 193; Roquefort cheese and, 196,
231
agriculture, 30, 35, 137; export- oriented cash
cropping, 203, 204; as form of nature,
102; history in United States, 209–11; in-
dustrialization of, 3; institutional power
and, 58; organic, 102–4; power of multi-
national corporations over, 259; sustain-
able, 4, 9, 60, 100–102, 258
agriculture, industrial, 4, 54, 74, 110, 211;
globalization and, 155; McDonald’s as
symbol of, 190; postindustrial agriculture
and, 16–17; ten conditions of, 5–6
agriculture, postindustrial, 4–10, 49, 206,
229, 249; Confédération Paysanne and,
17–19, 98, 104; dumping as practice of,
295; food surpluses and, 50; industrial
agriculture and, 16–17; multifunction-
ality and, 12–15; ten conditions of, 7–8.
See also postindustrial condition
Agriculture, U.S. Department of (Usda),
10–11, 103, 117, 127
agro- foods industry, 48, 52, 93, 294, 305;
fnsea and, 57; government policies in
support of, 14; post–World War II and,
296; smallholders’ rejection of, 51; sur-
pluses and, 7, 50
alter- globalization, 8, 26, 36, 114, 123, 138,
248; anti- McDonald’s sentiment and, 145;
Bretton Woods system and, 187; caravan
tour and, 165; defined, 15, 308n6; dis-
cursive reflexivity and, 292; food sover-
eignty discourse and, 268; French pub-
lic and, 159; paysan delegation in United
States and, 221; People’s Global Action,
164; in post- Seattle era, 289; Seattle wto
meetings and, 223; “sociology of emer-
gences” and, 257; solidarity- based ratio-
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