Last month, like millions of other Americans who learned that some countries had found batches of imported toothpaste that were contaminated by a potentially lethal chemical (diethylene glycol), I looked at the tube in my own bathroom only to find it had no indication on the label of where the product was made. This did nothing for my sense of security, even though, intellectually, I knew that the likelihood of the problem affecting me was about as close to zero as you can get. But as ...

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