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The world according to Monsanto : pollution, corruption, and the control of the world's food supply / Marie-Monique Robin ; translated from the French by George Holoch.

Robin, Marie-Monique (Author). Holoch, George. (Added Author).
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  • ISBN: 9781595584267 (alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 1595584269 (alk. paper)
  • Physical Description: xii, 372 pages ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York : New Press : [2010]

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General Note:
Originally published in French as Le monde selon Monsanto: Paris : Découverte, 2008.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages [331]-358) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
PCBs : white collar crime -- Dioxin : a polluter working with the Pentagon -- Dioxin : manipulation and corruption -- Roundup : a massive brainwashing operation -- The bovine growth hormone affair, part one -- The bovine growth hormone affair, part two -- The invention of GMOs -- Scientists suppressed -- Monsanto weaves its web, 1995-1999 -- The iron law of the patenting of life -- Transgenic wheat : Monsanto's lost battle in North America -- Mexico : seizing control of biodiversity -- In Argentina : the soybeans of hunger -- Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina : the "united soy republic" -- India : the seeds of suicide -- How multinational corporations control the world's food.
Summary, etc.:
A vast investigation of Monsanto--the first of this scope to dismantle the malicious practices of the St. Louis-based agrochemical firm, world leader of GMO's.
Subject: Monsanto Company.
International business enterprises.
Hazardous substances.
Transgenic organisms.
Agricultural innovations > Social aspects > United States.
Agricultural chemicals industry > Social aspects.
Agricultural chemicals > Environmental aspects.
Agricultural chemicals industry > Corrupt practices.
Social responsibility of business.
Food supply.
Human rights and globalization.

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