Next week on the Exchange, we begin with iconic food writer and activist Francis Moore Lappe, whose nineteen-seventies book Diet for a Small Planet changed the way many think about how they eat. We'll talk with her about the similarities and struggles between world hunger and the local food movement. Then a roundtable of Granite Staters with ties to Syria joins us, to discuss their concerns over the horrific violence and political turmoil in that country. Then later on, we look at the pro’s and con’s of New Hampshire’s heavy reliance on property taxes and look at how the property tax issue plays out in other states around the country. Join us all next week for the Exchange each morning at 9,and again at 8 pm here on NHPR!