Government Bullies: How Everyday Americans Are Being Harassed, Abused, and Imprisoned by the Feds - Chapter 21 and Conclusion Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 and Conclusion Summary and Analysis

Chapter 21 shows Rand giving high priority to the fight for food and health freedom. He points out people want solutions that do not involve pesticides and processed foods. Although he understands some regulations are needed, he notes the overabundance of regulations against consumers choosing what to ingest. Rand points to the USDA and FDA's inflated sense of jurisdiction as part of the problem, and their use of armed agents as a second problem. He has introduced a bill to allow the sale of raw milk, he notes, even though he himself doesn't choose to drink it. He has also introduced the Health Freedom Act, which would allow vitamin and mineral supplement manufacturers to promote their own health claims, without fear of governmental interference. He notes that he also forced a vote on an amendment that would stop...

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