Father of the Green Revolution

by Spencer Cross
from research by Bob Baker, Marcia Merry Baker and David Shavin

As presented in “Who We Fight: Episode II”, Henry Wallace was intent on continuing the legacy of Franklin Roosevelt for not only the development of the peoples of the globe, especially the Pacific, but for the end of the British Empire. The British Empire responded by attacking and slandering Wallace until he could no longer engage in politics. But that didn’t stop Wallace. He lived to make another, lesser known contribution to world civilization: Henry Wallace was the father of the Green Revolution.

by Oyang Teng

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