I wouldn't be so naive to say that sometimes the yield doesn't come into play. I don't know [that] that's a bad thing. If you can't increase your yield, the prices become exorbitant, and people are priced right out of the market.
"Steve Booth" is a United Kingdom/British political activist and journalist, and was one of the defendants in the GANDALF trial.
After involvement in the 1990 anti-Community Charge/Poll Tax movement, and having written a number of articles for 'Freedom' magazine, he first became involved with the United Kingdom/UK Green Anarchist magazine in 1990, and published a novel, City-Death, explaining his idea of green anarchism. In another article, he criticised what he termed the 'Dogma of Class', the belief held by much of the left-wing politics/left that political value and validity comes through the working class. In the mid-1990s he wrote 'Politics And The Ethical Void'. "To try to apply the ethical to the political is to be like the small boy with his finger in the dyke, while a hundred yards away, water rushes through a gap as wide as the Atlantic Ocean." Booth contributed many articles to Green Anarchist.More Steve Booth on Wikipedia.