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Pure Food and Drug Act

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In 1906, the government passed the Pure Food and Drug Act to improve the quality of these consumer products. Choose this Topic to indicate how the changes affected you as a consumer and how you reacted to this legislation.

Reacting to unsanitary and unsafe conditions in the food and drug industries, the government passed the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906. Would you like to write about your experiences relating to it? [ Yes  ]

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