thjj wrote:go to wikipedia if I just need straight facts
MarcR wrote:Can you be specific?
The company [Monsanto] has employed a range of tactics – some drawn from the same playbook used by the tobacco industry in defending the safety of cigarettes – to suppress and manipulate scientific literature, harass journalists and scientists who did not parrot the company’s propaganda, and arm-twist and collude with regulators.
The company often pushed its version of science into the public realm through ghostwritten work that was designed to appear independent and thus more credible.
With respect to the Axios example, it's instructive to visit the Axios Wikipedia page, which currently includes this section discussing the incident transparently.I'm leery of Wikipedia. It can be edited by anyone and many organizations with deep pockets and agendas edit Wikipedia. Take for one example Monsanto
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