That’s a good question.
Brendan Markey-Towler

I understand. Scale and farming are an issue on their own and I’d like to hear what you’d have to say in detail about that. What sparks my interest in this case is that independently of Cuba’s achievement in farming to scale, Cuba managed to absorb that shock when it had to. A question that comes up to my mind is that can’t we see the state as a part of the self-organization considering it as an institution . I’d say it’s an ineffective one as it bends more towards concentrated interests in implementing its supposed function of distribution. In the case of Cuba it seems that state, due to necessity, actually did what it’s supposed to do.

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