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used in Fast Food Nation

9 uses
  • I feel fine, determined to see the whole process, the world that's been deliberately hidden.
    p. 170.8
  • One of these techniques is called "stroking" — a form of positive reinforcement, deliberate praise, and recognition that many teenagers don't get at home.
    p. 74.8
  • MANY RANCHERS NOW FEAR that the beef industry is deliberately being restructured along the lines of the poultry industry.
    p. 139.1
  • During an eight-year period, 45,256 truckloads of full-grown birds were deliberately misweighed at a ConAgra processing plant in the state.
    p. 159.7
  • He thought the facility was in terrible shape — with a cooling system that violated OSHA standards, faulty wiring that threatened to cause a mass electrocution, and safety mechanisms that had deliberately been disabled with magnets.
    p. 183.1
  • Sinclair described a long list of practices in the meatpacking industry that threatened the health of consumers: the routine slaughter of diseased animals, the use of chemicals such as borax and glycerine to disguise the smell of spoiled beef, the deliberate mislabeling of canned meat, the tendency of workers to urinate and defecate on the kill floor.
    p. 204.9
  • Federal prosecutors claimed that the pair had deliberately misled USDA inspectors and had falsified company documents to minimize the scale of the recall.
    p. 212.3
  • Under American law, an accuser must prove that the allegations at the heart of a libel case are not only false and defamatory, but also have been recklessly, negligently, or deliberately spread.
    p. 245.8
  • In a scathing report on the exploitation of American meatpacking workers, Human Rights Watch suggested that the AMI had deliberately chosen the year 1996, as a basis of comparison, to mislead the public.
    p. 272.7

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