Percentage of Americans today who work on farms, according to The Economist. By contrast, in the 1870s, nearly half the U.S. population was employed in agriculture (each farmworker produced enough to feed just 5 others). The concentration of agriculture has made food cheaper. Another outcome–fewer people know much about how food is grown and prepared.

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