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Introduction: genes out of place -- Free markets, sound science -- The maize movement and expert advice -- The politics of biosafety monitoring -- Patents on out-of-place genes -- Protecting organic markets -- Conclusion: science and struggles for change.
An examination of how advocates for alternative agriculture confront "science-based" regulation of genetically engineered crops.
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