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Jan 31, 2005
Of course it’s politics I’m a long-time reader of WLJ, and I’ve become increasingly disappointed in its position on BSE and the Canadian border. Pete’s Jan. 10 column dismisses R- CALF’s safety concerns with the assertion that such concerns merely mask what for R-CALF is really “a market issue”; that it really is a “simple philosophy of protectionism.” Pete further argues that with “92 percent of the world’...

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