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Et Tu, Newsweek?

Last week we reported on the latest antics of Henry Miller, one of Monsanto's favorite minions.

This week, we’re asking you to let Miller’s latest aider and abettor—Newsweek—know what you think.

To recap: Newsweek recently published an op-ed authored (or so Newsweek and Miller said) by Miller. 

As detailed by Stacy Malkan, co-director of US Right to Know, Miller’s op-ed was a poorly sourced, misleading attack on organics.

And based on Miller’s scandalous past, it’s not a stretch to surmise that Monsanto had a hand in writing the piece. After all, Miller was banished from the pages of Forbes magazine, after the New York Times revealed that the piece he wrote for Forbes had actually been written by Monsanto.

So why is he still allowed to peddle his opinions to Newsweek readers?

Read ‘Et Tu, Newsweek? Another Media Outlet Caves to Monsanto’s Minions’ 

TAKE ACTION: Tell Newsweek’s Nicholas Wapshott: Discredited Monsanto Shills Have No Place on Newsweek’s Opinion Page! 

Tweet @NWapshott and @Newsweek

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