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Business Ethics: The Magazine of Corporate Responsibility

Are genetically engineered foods an ecological nightmare or a heroic vision for feeding the world?

Volume 10, Issue 1, January/February 1996
Monsanto's Brave New World

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Elizabeth Parrott Commentary
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Susan Gaines 1996 Look Ahead: Growing Pains
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Rose Ericson Fairer Trade
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Myra Alperson Re-entering South Africa
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Dale Kurschner Picking Up the Pieces (pt. 1)
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