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Author Gillam, Carey, author.

Title The Monsanto papers : deadly secrets, corporate corruption, and one man's search for justice / Carey Gillam.

Publication Info. Washington, DC : Island Press, [2021].
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 Nichols Adult Nonfiction  338.76686 GIL    AVAILABLE
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Description x, 335 pages : illustration ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 313-324) and index.
Summary The Monsanto Papers is the inside story of Lee Johnson's landmark lawsuit against Monsanto, a David-and-Goliath showdown pitting a dying cancer victim and an eclectic team of young, ambitious lawyers against one of the world's most powerful corporate giants. For Lee, the case was a race against the clock, with doctors predicting he wouldn't survive long enough to take the witness stand. For the public, the legal challenge presented a question of corporate accountability. With enough money and influence, could a company endanger its customers, hide evidence, manipulate regulators, and get away with it all--for decades?
Subject Monsanto Chemical Company -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Agricultural chemicals industry -- Corrupt practices -- United States.
Agricultural chemicals industry -- Health aspects -- United States.
Glyphosate -- Health aspects.
Trials (Products liability) -- United States.
ISBN 9781642830569 (hardcover)
1642830569 (hardcover)
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