A Tort Museum? Try a House of Horrors
(July 19th, 1998)
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader believes the country is missing a major cultural institution, and he’s determined to create it in Winsted’s American Museum of Tort Law.
—The Washington Post, July 9As the museum door automatically opened before them, the old man and his grandson heard a computerized voice warn...
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Obesity Blacklisted
(July 1st, 1998)
In case there were any doubts about the health culture's commitment to an all-out anti-fat campaign, two recent strategic movements should put them to rest.The American Heart Association (AHA) recently added obesity to its list of major risk factors for disease, declaring it a "dangerous epidemic."In an amazing...
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Lessons From The Tobacco Wars
(July 1st, 1998)
The Journal of the National Cancer Institute would be hard pressed to be more explicit about their next anti-choice campaign. In a recent article entitled "Lessons From the Tobacco Wars," the Institute laid out the blueprint for the coming attack on high-calorie foods."Advocates of improved diet… hope to...
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