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Inside this Book – The issue of biotechnology and genetic-modification of plants and other life forms first emerged from research labs in the United States in the late 1970’s. During the 1980’s, the Reagan Administration acted in key areas of economic policy in ways which echoed the radical policies of the President’s close ally, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. There was a special relationship between the two, as both were deeply committed advocates ofrad- ical free market policies and less government involvement, com- bining to give the private sector free reign. , In one domain, however, that of the emerging field of genetic engineering which developed, some years before, out of DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid) and RNA (Ribonucleic Acid) research, Reagan’s Administration was determined to take a back seat to no- one in seeing to it that America was Number One. A curious aspect of the regulatory history of GMO foods and genetically-engineered products in the United States was that, beginning in the Reagan era, the government showed extreme par- tisanship in favour of the biotech agribusiness industry.
Inside this book –Seeds of Destruction PDF Book by F. William Engdahl – When Richard Nixon stepped into the White House as President in January 1969, the United States of America was in a deep crisis. A very select few saw the crisis as a long-awaited opportunity. Most Americans, however, did not. For the next six years, Nixon was to preside over the first major military defeat ever suffered by the United States, the loss of the war in Vietnam. Hundreds of thousands of American students were marching on Washington in protest against a war which seemed utterly senseless. Morale among young Army draftee sol- diers in Vietnam had collapsed to an all-time low, with drug addic- tion rampant among GI’s, and enraged rebellious soldiers “fragging” or killing their company commanders in the field. America’s youth were being brought back home in body bags by the thousands. In those days the Pentagon still allowed the press to photograph the returning dead.
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- Author of this Book – F. William Engdahl
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