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Dufour, the General Secretary of the French Farmers’ Confederation, The World is Not for Sale argues that important decisions about what we
eat should never be made without considering their social costs and their impact on future generations. The most radical thing about Bové’s
argument is how sensible it seems.
Two alarming books have been published about the risk of mad cow disease in the United States. Richard Rhodes’s Deadly Feasts: The
Prion Controversy and The Public’s Health (New York: Touchstone, 1998) contains fascinating information on the health risks posed by
cannibalism and a fine account of the detective work that linked BSE to the consumption of tainted animal feed. In Mad Cow U.S.A. (New
York: Common Courage, 1997), Sheldon Rampton and John C. Stauber reveal how the beef industry and the federal government collaborated
to thwart public discussion of mad cow. The duo’s efforts at the Center for Media and Democracy offer a necessary antidote to the P.R.
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2014 for the course MGMT 120 taught by Professor Litt during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.
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