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Mad Cow is Back. Can We Go Easy on the Angry Protests this Time?

Mad Cow is back in the news again. Yes, it’s a bad thing, but lets not lose our heads this time.
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Few will not recall the Mad Cow frenzy and the rabid anti-American and anti-Korean government protests that took place for nearly three months in Korea back in 2008.

Protest is a democratic right and by all means make use of it, but tens of thousands taking to the street clinging to an absurd notion that the U.S. beef industry and the Korean president Lee Myung Bak sought to kill them with tainted beef?

The world looked on in wonder.


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