GMO Myths and Truths: Condensed and Updated
by Claire Robinson, Michael Antoniou and John Fagan, 132 pages, 6x9, softcover. These be DARK times for GE labeling. The so-called DARK Act has preempted state and county labeling laws passed in Vermont, Maine, Connecticut, Hawaii and other jurisdictions. Prospects never looked dimmer. Yet, we could learn from the 48-year struggle of the LGBTQ movement that the darkest hour is just before dawn. So you found the 507-page Druker tome (
Altered Genes, Twisted Truth) daunting? Here, then, is a modest 132-page compendium of myths and truths about GE crops. As a guide to anyone perplexed about the charges and counter-charges in this heated debate, or as a summary for organizers still battling for transparent GE-labeling and regulation, this little handbook has everything you need. -CR Lawn NEW!
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