As it happens, I’ve been a chemical industry insider since the 1980s, when I was a reporter at the New York Times and a producer at ABC News.
My job was to look at the industry and find out why its executives were being given jobs in government, where they would then be able to make big decisions about the country’s future.
I had never been paid by a chemical company.
I found it very hard to understand how a large corporation with the most powerful lobbying group in the country could have such a clear incentive to keep the U.S. chemical industry in business.
So, in 1987, I left my job as a Times reporter and started writing a book about the chemical industry called The Chemical Company Wars.
This is what I wrote about the industry in The Chemical Industry Wars: The Biggest Secrets of the Chemical Industries.
The chemical industry’s biggest secrets?
The most lucrative deals are not about protecting the environment, workers, consumers, or consumers of products.
They are about the big profits.
If you think about it, the chemical companies are the ones making the biggest money, not the public.
They have the power to change the law in Washington.
They control Congress.
They can dictate the terms of elections.
They dictate what we learn in schools and colleges.
They decide how we are treated in our government.
These are the same people who have made billions from manipulating our political system and destroying the planet.
The chemical industry is not the victim of an evil corporation that is corrupt.
It is the victim to an evil corporate structure that is driven by greed and short-sightedness.
Chemical companies are greedy because they have a vested interest in getting the biggest profits possible.
They know they are the biggest beneficiaries of a system of government control that gives them total power over the government.
Chemical industry executives are greedy in part because they see themselves as winners.
But the people they work for don’t.
As a reporter, I found the story of the chemical company industry to be incredibly valuable.
I was able to uncover a lot of very disturbing things.
I’ve learned a lot about how big chemical companies operate and how they think.
I have also learned a great deal about the nature of the American people.
In the 1980-81 period, I covered the chemical industries for The New York Post and the Washington Post.
I covered a wide range of topics, from the chemical giant DuPont to the environmental and labor groups working on behalf of workers.
When I was at the Post, I was the senior investigative reporter on a story about the DuPont scandal.
DuPont was convicted of illegally dumping millions of gallons of highly toxic waste into the Mississippi River.
When the Times ran that story, I wrote a story headlined: The DuPont Case.
In the story, we revealed the true story behind the Du Pont case and exposed the fraud and corruption that had gone on for years.
I also wrote about DuPont’s bribery scandal and the way it was used to intimidate workers.
We exposed the extent of the industry’s corruption and showed that its top executives were so powerful that even Congress could not effectively stop them.
In The Chemical Companies Wars, I took the lead in exposing the chemical-industry cover-up.
I focused on the big deals that the chemical sector is making.
But I also uncovered a lot more about the real business of chemical companies.
We found that, in many cases, chemical companies were not doing what they promised to do in a way that benefited consumers, workers or the environment.
I wanted to know how chemical companies made their money.
The answer, of course, is that the profits are not the problem.
They’re the problem because the public, the press and Congress have not understood the nature and the value of chemical jobs.
Chemical jobs are a way for the chemical manufacturers to get money from the government and from corporations.
There are two ways to get this money: By making a deal with the government to protect them from competition or by being in a position to make the deal, and then paying for it by making a profit.
Chemical manufacturers are in the first group.
They make huge profits.
They get a large amount of government funding to make those profits.
But their biggest profits are made by selling toxic chemicals.
Chemical industries make more money than they make selling clean water.
And, when the government pays them to do that, the money is going to the government, not to the companies.
The other group, the people who get paid to do this job, is the public and the press.
I’m going to show you why that is so important.
The public and The Washington Post want to know what’s in the public interest.
The press and the public want to understand what’s important.
Chemical Industry Conflicts of Interest