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Not What the Founding Fathers Had In Mind

The Wall Street Journal profiles attorney Michael Hausfeld, focusing on his current lawsuit against Monsanto (instigated by professional nanny Jeremy Rifkin). In the suit, Hausfeld, known for his anti-industry litigation, accuses Monsanto of attempting to “monopolize” genetically modified crops. Rifkin praises Hausfeld for, as the Journal puts it, helping evolve “mass litigation into a full-fledged adjunct to lawmaking and regulating.” (“Why Americans look to the courts to cure the nation’s social ills,” WSJ, 1/4/00, No link available.)

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