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A MOTHER JONES INVESTIGATION:

THE CORPORATE CRIME OF THE CENTURY
by Mark Dowie
Dumping. It's what happens after the U.S. government forces a dangerous drug, pesticide or other product off the domestic market, then the manufacturer sells that same product, frequently with the direct support of the State Department, throughout the rest of the world.

FEATURES

DUMPING OUR MISTAKES ON THE WORLD
by Adam Hochschild

BACKSTAGE [with the Editors]: In this issue we expose a major international scandal -- and launch a campaign to stop it.

A MOTHER JONES INVESTIGATION:

THE CORPORATE CRIME OF THE CENTURY
by Mark Dowie Dumping
It's what happens after the U.S. government forces a dangerous drug, pesticide or other product off the domestic market, then the manufacturer sells that same product, frequently with the direct support of the State Department, throughout the rest of the world.

A DUMPER'S GUIDE TO TRICKS OF THE TRADE
by Mark Dowie
Dumpers are a highly imaginative lot -- here are a few tricks they've devised to circumvent regulators at home and suspicious importers abroad.

THE CHARGE: GYNOCIDE
by Barbara Ehrenreich, Mark Dowie, and Stephen Minkin

The birth control dump is one of the worst. Meet the chief villain of this dump, population control zealot Dr. R.T. Ravenholt -- and some feminist health activists now battling him.

BANGLADESHI BABY BLUES
by Barbara Ehrenreich

UPJOHN'S SHUCK AND JIVE ROUTINE
by Morton Mintz

IF THERE ARE NO SIDE EFFECTS, THIS MUST BE HONDURAS
Excerpted by Carolyn Marshall from
The Physician's Desk Reference.

NO COMMENT
All quotes:
Hungry For Profits, Robert J. Ledogar (1975).

PACIFIED FOR GOOD
by Carolyn Marshall

MEANWHILE, BACK IN THE U.S.A....

THE BOOMERANG CRIME
by David Weir, with Mark Schapiro and Terry Jacobs
The dump that has come home to roost -- the results are in your coffee, your bananas...

THE DUMP THAT CAME HOME FOR BREAKFAST
by Spain

LET THEM EAT %?**!
by Mark Dowie

THE DUMP THAT KILLED TWENTY THOUSAND
by Morton Mintz

KARL MARX AND THE PAJAMA GAME
by Mark Hosenball