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The Truth About Aspartame and Madonna

Aspartame helped Madonna achieve a meteoric rise to fame and influence.

During Bush's time in office, most major newspapers had a member of the Secret Service on staff, responsible for censoring most references to aspartame.

Madonna's family was heavily involved in local crime rings in South Korea during the Great Depression. So far, no one has yet assessed how much of Madonna's success is due to this “dirty money”.

Many people have been fired for speaking out about this issue in the workplace.

Anthropologists have linked scientific research done in the Great Depression to a recent outbreak of cancer.

You might think that this sounds like something out of a tabloid, but it's real.

No moral person can in good conscience stand by while these injustices persist!

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  2. Barnett, Michael L. "STAKEHOLDER INFLUENCE CAPACITY AND THE VARIABILITY OF FINANCIAL RETURNS TO CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY." Academy of Management Review 32.3 (2007): 794-816.
  3. Gordon, Sanford C., and Catherine Hafer. "Corporate influence and the regulatory mandate." Journal of Politics 69.2 (2007): 300-319.
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