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Top 25 of 1999

20. Developers Build on Flood Plains at Taxpayers’ Expense

Source: MOTHER JONES, Title: “Rain Check,” Date: March/April 1998, Vol. 23, issue 2, Author: Marc Herman SSU Censored Researcher: Brooke Herron SSU Faculty Evaluator: Bryan Baker According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), some 10 million people in the U.S. currently live on flood plains. Of these households at risk of flooding, only one-fourth […]

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19. Clinton Administration Lobbied for Retention of Toxic Chemicals in Children’s Toys

Source: MULTINATIONAL MONITOR, Title: “Out of the Mouths of Babes,” Date: June 1998, Author: Charlie Gray SSU Censored Researchers: Scott Gross and Brooke Herron SSU Faculty Evaluator: Richard Gale Mainstream media coverage: Associated Press, Press Democrat, November 14, 1998, page Al The Clinton Administration and the Commerce Department have lobbied on behalf of U.S. toy […]

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18. Manhattan Project Covered Up Effects of Fluoride Toxicity

Source: WASTE NOT, Title: “Fluoride, Teeth and the Atomic Bomb,” Date: September 1997, Authors: Joel Griffiths and Chris Bryson SSU Censored Researcher: Corrie Robb SSU, Faculty Evaluator: Daniel Markwyn Recently declassified government documents have shed new light on the decades-old debate over the fluoridation of drinking water, and have added to a growing body of […]

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17. U. S. Media Promotes Biased Coverage of Bosnia

Sources: CAQ, Title: “Misinformation: TV Coverage of a Bosnian Camp,” Date: Fall 1998, No. 65, Author: Thomas Deichmann; CAQ, Title: “Seeing Yugoslavia Through A Dark Glass,” Date: Fall 1998, No. 65, Author: Diana Johnstone SSU Censored Researchers: Victoria Calkins and Sam Rogers SSU Faculty Evaluator: Phil Beard In August 1992, media coverage of the civil […]

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16. Mercenary Armies in Service to Global Corporations

Sources: CAQ, Title: “Mercenary Armies & Mineral Wealth,” Date: Fall 1997, No. 62, Author: Pratap Chatterjee; MULTINATIONAL MONITOR, Title: “Guarding the Multinationals,” Date: March 1998, Author: Pratap Chatterjee SSU Censored Researchers: Jason Bothwell and Kelly Dahlstrom SSU Faculty Evaluators: Linda Lopez and John Steiner In many countries, multinational corporations have paid directly for private policing […]

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