When this book came out it caused a stir. People realized that there where others who wanted to control their decisions on where to work, how to work, what to get paid, when, where and what to eat, where and how to live - in essence they were losing their soul to another controlling agent. History has shown that this has happened in the past - the native americans lost their land, their religion, their sustinance and followed a very different, and harmful to them, way of living. Most recently the people in Haiti suffered from an earthquake and the US government again came to their help(sic) - they got water and food and tents. Now many months later they still want more water, food and tents. They have lost their soul.
Point is that when we bait our game - corn piles or food plots we are building a highfence around the animals life. We are changing their living conditions and we are taking away their soul, just like them being in a zoo.
Baiting is wrong in any condition. It contradicts the word "hunting". We should not be hunting animals on our turf (over bait piles or on food plots) but rather hunting them on their turf. Using something that isn't sold on your normal "hook and bullet" TV program "woodsmanship".
So, if you want to bait and use food plots and hunt'em in a zoo like environment - it is legal in many areas. Moral or ethical - now, that may be challenged by others.
Hunt safe. Work for your results - which may just be a great day afield.