Alana Toulin is a Ph.D. candidate in U.S. history at Northwestern University. Her dissertation, “Open Tables: Restaurant and Reform in Progressive Chicago,” considers how Chicagoans from across class, gender, and ethnic and racial lines experienced and shaped their city’s public dining culture in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Upton Sinclair is Dead and the Food Industry has the Trump Admin. Right Where It Wants It
When Donald Trump was elected president, American consumer protection groups, food safety advocates and commentators were “on high alert.” Two months prior, his campaign had posted—and later deleted&mdash... MORE
Rural America · November 14, 2017