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    Common Cause Magazine runs article recounting the disclosure that the Army secretly conducted germ warfare tests over San Francisco in 1950; uses army documents and trial testimony; article is excerpt from the book "Clouds of Secrecy" on germ warfare.
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    Industrial Research and Development shows U.S. high-tech sales to the Soviet Union have enabled the Soviets to build an awesome war machine.
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    Farm Journal uses trial testimony to show how crooked cattle dealers falsify information about breeding, weight, place of origin and health of livestock.
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    Press & Sun-Bulletin (Binghamton, N.Y.) looks at the status of the southern New York area as a center for high-tech and industrial growth; pinpoints obstacles to success.
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    Charlotte Observer finds many abuses by textile companies, including violating safety standards regarding cotton dust, concealing from workers that they had brown lung disease; also, industrial commissions processed compensation claims so slowly that many workers died before being compensated.
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    WCAX-TV (Burlington, Vt.) details how a Canadian firm with ties to organized crime figure to get industrial development funds from the state of Vermont. (script only)
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    Omaha Sun Newspapers report on growing number of uninsured and unregulated industrial loan and investment companies.
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    Wheeling (W.Va.) Intelligencer runs articles on under-assessment of industrial property by the West Virginia Tax Department.
  • California legislator sold out constituent interests to big tobacco

    Washington Monthly article tells how California legislator sold out constituent interests to tobacco lobbyists, doctors, trial lawyers and insurance lobbies by pushing through a tort reform law that helps every party but consumers.
  • Judging the judges

    Milwaukee Magazine does survey, interviews with trial lawyers on judging the judges, from the worst to the best.