Pulp non-fiction

Mokhiber, Russell
October 1998
Multinational Monitor;Oct98, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p6
Focuses on a magazine article published by `The Ecologist' which engaged biotechnology giant Monsanto to corporate disasters in England. Reaction of Monsanto towards the publication; Significance of libel laws to the issue.


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