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Appeared in: Volume 9, Number 4
Published on: March 3, 2014
American Refractions
Insatiable: Sizing Up the Corporate-Consumption Complex

We and much of the world now get sick in ways that were rare a century ago. There’s a reason.

Nicholas Freudenberg is distinguished professor of public health at the City University of New York’s School of Public Health and at Hunter College. This essay is adapted from his forthcoming book Legal But Lethal: Corporations, Consumption, and Protecting Public Health (Oxford University Press, 2014).
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