PR Watch Archives: 1999

Download PDF versionVolume 6, No. 4: Fourth Quarter 1999

  • Force Feeding Genetically Engineered Foods
  • Flack Attack
  • Monsanto and Burson-Marsteller Hire a Consumer Organizer
  • The Professor Who Can Read Your Mind
  • "Biotechnology Will Feed the World" and Other Myths
  • Saving the Planet With Pestilent Statistics

Download PDF versionVolume 6, No. 3: Third Quarter 1999

  • Through the Revolving Door: From Greenpeace to Big Business
  • Flack Attack
  • Palese Says Beder Was "Outdated, Incorrect and Unworthy"
  • OCA Spokesperson Says Beder Was Wrong
  • Thorstensen Says Beder Was Bitter
  • Facts vs. Factoids: Sharon Beder Responds
  • From Green Warriors to Greenwashers
  • Mining PR Exec Lauds Peter Sandman

Download PDF versionVolume 6, No. 2: Second Quarter 1999

  • Greenwashing an Olympic-Sized Toxic Dump
  • Flack Attack
  • Media Self-Censorship in Australia's Olympics Bid
  • Selling a Leaky Landfill as the "World's Best Practice"
  • Letters From Readers
    • ACSH Defended
    • Sandman's Cagey Tactics
  • Book Review: The Father of Spin: Edward L. Bernays & the Birth of Public Relations

Download PDF versionVolume 6, No. 1: First Quarter 1999

  • Peter Sandman Plots to Make You a Winner: Advice on Making Nice
  • Flack Attack
  • Some Clients of Peter Sandman
  • Chilling and Gassing with the Environmental Defense Fund
  • Community Advisory Panels: Corporate Cat Herding
  • Mad as Hell? This Program May Have Your Number
  • Packaging the Beast: A Public Relations Lesson in Type Casting