On 21/05/99 at 2:58 PM Lucy Miller wrote:
>She has publicly stated that leaving Monsanto and joining the NET
>required no change of heart. (See interview in the latest Ag
>>Could it be that Patricia G. Kenworthy became agast and offended by
>>what she saw through her at Monsanto and has turned against the
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On 22/05/99 at 6:38 PM Eric D Nash wrote:
>On Fri , 21 May 1999, Douglas M. Hinds wrote:
>> Could it be that Patricia G. Kenworthy became agast and offended by what she saw through her at Monsanto and has turned against the company?
>> D H
>I certainly hope this is the case! Indeed I also would like to think that
>the numerous ex-monsanto employees now working for it's wholly-owned
>subsidiary the USDA have experienced similar changes of heart.
>Unfortunately, the statistics do not support this supposition. It is,
>alas, axiomatic that many of these revolving-door types end up back with
>their private sector sugar daddies after these periods of public
>'service,' typically with hefty pay raises.
>I shudder to think of the degraded state of our republic when such
>perverse and patently antidemocratic antics become statndard practice
>(moan, whine, snivel)! Antidemocratic, but probably well intentioned, I
>like to think.
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