Essay: Monsanto’s ghostwriting and strong-arming threaten sound science—and society

Discovery documents uncover the corporate capture of science, which puts public health, and the very foundation of democracy, at risk.

While passing a placard of contemporary protest buttons in New York's Greenwich Village, my attention was drawn to one that read "Science is Peer Reviewed, Not Politician Approved."

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