The evolutionary perspective on the human experience gives us another intellectual tool for thinking about social inequality. From an evolutionary perspective, the haves and the have-nots differ in terms of access to basic services that are, in important ways, evolutionarily natural. The haves can afford to shop at Whole Foods, filled with the fruits of the earth. The have-nots live in food deserts across the US, where McDonald’s and WalMart are the primary providers of the nutrition for entire families. This is pretty ironic, because natural food is, well, natural—it literally grows on trees. It should be easily accessible to everyone. No exceptions. … [Read more...] about Is Natural Living Reserved for the Rich?