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Top 25 of 1998

20. Environmental Regulations Create Jobs and Make American Corporations More Competitive

Source: DOLLARS AND SENSE Title: “Does Preserving Earth Threaten Jobs?,” Date: May 1997 Author: Eban Goodstein SSU Censored Researchers: Robin Stovall and Katie Sims SSU Faculty Evaluator: Charles Fox Corporate lobbyists often claim that most of the jobs lost in the U.S. over the past decade were due to overblown environmental regulations. In 1990, the […]

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19. Evidence of Fluoridation Danger Mounts With Little Benefit to Your Teeth

Sources: AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH Title: “New Evidence on Fluoridation,” Date: 1997, Vol. 21, No. 2 Authors: Mark Diesendorf, John Colquhoun, Bruce J. Spittle, Douglas N. Everingham, and Frederick W. Clutterbuck; TELEGRAM & GAZETTE (Worcester, MA), Title: “Panelists Critical of Fluoride: Chemical Linked to Health Problems” Date: October 25, 1996 Author: […]

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18. Pharmaceutical Companies Mass Market Drugs

Source: THE WASHINGTON MONTHLY Title: “Pill Pushers,” Date: April 1997 Author. Greg Critser SSU Censored Researchers: Jacqueline Lichstein and Judith Westfall SSU Faculty Evaluator: Paul Benko, Ph.D. Profit-hungry pill companies are ignoring responsible medical practices and taking advantage of a growth economy to booster and advertise prescription medications directly to the public. The rush to […]

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17. Toxins and Environmental Pollution Contribute to Human Aggression Society

Sources: RACHEL’S ENVIRONMENT & HEALTH WEEKLY, Titles: “Toxins Affect Behavior”; “Toxins and Violent Crime” Dates: January 16, 1997, #529; June 19, 1997, #551, Author. Peter Montague, Ph.D. SSU Censored Researcher: Deb Udall SSU Faculty Evaluator: Noel Byrne, Ph.D. It may come as no surprise that exposure to toxic pollutants—chemical substances and heavy metals—is hazardous to […]

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16. U.S. Paper Companies Conspire to Squash Zapatistas

Source: EARTH FIRST!, Title: “U.S. Paper Companies Conspire to Squash Zapatistas,” Date: Summer 1997, Author: Viviana, National Commission for Democracy in Mexico SSU Censored Researchers: Katie Sims and Angie Yee SSU Faculty Evaluator: Ray Castro, Ph.D. The passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has ushered in an era of unprecedented military and […]

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