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A Question of Intent: A Great American…

A Question of Intent: A Great American Battle With a Deadly Industry

by David A. Kessler

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    Natural Causes: Death, Lies and Politics in America's Vitamin and Herbal Supplement Industry by Dan Hurley (tarteimhimmel)
    tarteimhimmel: Kessler and Hurley offer page-turning reads about important issues. Both of these books are recommended for readers interested in understanding how safety regulation is developed, and too often, fails to be sufficiently strong to protect the public.… (more)

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Excellent insight on the FDA, rulemaking, and how one man had the courage and strength to tackle the all American, Tobacco Industry. ( )
  ladydymondz | Jan 15, 2014 |
Breakdown of the battle within the FDA & the Government to classify Tobacco as a drug, thus letting it fall under the watchful jurisdiction of the FDA. And the massive fight Big Tobacco put up to keep this from happening. Informative and eye opening. And an excellent fundamental question to ask - how can you not call Tobacco a food or a drug? ( )
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