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Top 25 of 2000

15. Early Puberty Onset for Girls May be Linked to Chemicals in the Environment and Increases in Breast Cancer

Source: ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH MONTHLY; Pediatrics, December 1998, Vol. 11, No. 3 Title: “Secondary Sexual Characteristics and Menses in Young Girls Seen in Office Practice: A Study from the Pediatric Research in Office Settings Network”, Editor: Stephen Lester, Authors: Marcia E. Herman-Giddens, P.A.; Eric J. Slora, Ph.D.; Richard C. Wasserman, M.D., M.P.H.; Carlos J. Bourdony, M.D.; […]

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14. U.S. Media Ignores Humanitarian Aspects of Famine in Korea

Sources: PEACE REVIEW, June 1999 Title: “Famine in North Korea” Author: Ramsay Liem; PEACE REVIEW, June 1999, Title: “Dangerous Communists, Inscrutable Orientals, Starving Masses,” Author: Yuh Ji-Yeon Faculty Evaluator: Les Adler, Ph.D. Student Researchers: Damian Uriarte & Julie O’Conner The U.S. media used the Korean famine for political propaganda and has failed to cover the […]

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13. U.S. Agency Seeks to Export Weapons-Grade Plutonium to Russian Organization Lied to Organized Crime

Sources: IN THESE TIMES, Oct. 17, 1999 Title: “Hot Property Cold Cash: The Plan to Turn Russia into the World’s Nuclear Waste Dump” Author: Jeffrey St. Clair; COUNTERPUNCH, Vol. 6, No. 16, September 16-30, 1999, Title: “The MinAtom Conspiracy” Authors: Jeffrey St. Clair & Alexander Cockburn Faculty Evaluator: Wingham Liddell, Ph.D. Student Researchers: Rebecca Aust […]

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12. Evidence Indicates No Pre-war Genocide in Kosovo and Possible U.S./KLA Plot to Create Disinformation

Sources: COVERTACTION QUARTERLY, Spring/Summer 1999, Title: “William Walker: `Man With a Mission“‘, Author: Mark Cook; THE PROGRESSIVE REVIEW, June 1999, Title: “My Multinational Entity, Right or Wrong”, Author: Progressive Staff; EL PAIS, September 23, 1999 Title: “Spanish Police and Forensic Experts have not Found Proof of Genocide in the North of Kosovo” Author: Pablo Ordaz […]

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11. America’s Largest Nuclear Test Exposed Thousands

Sources: COUNTERPUNCH, Summer 1999; TERRAIN, Fall 1999, Title: “Aftermath of Amchitka” Authors: Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair; IN THESE TIMES, August 8, 1999 Title: “30 Years After—The Legacy of America’s Largest Nuclear Test” Author: Jeffrey St. Clair Faculty Evaluator: Eric McGuckin, Ph.D. Student Researchers: Tanner May & Fera Byrd Mainstream coverage: Articles in the […]

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