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Objecting to Public Health
This should be a very nice story to tell: most people -from the average citizen to the elected official -believe in the importance of protecting and improving the public's health, and they also believe that where, how and when you do so really matters. Yet it's not true -not for many, and maybe most, Pennsylvanians. The message that Drexel University researchers often heard throughout three years of working with wonderfully committed organizations and individuals in four Pennsylvania countiesdoi:10.15367/com.v14i1.488 fatcat:ebkzhqxu35fsvhjs4bcdqresfy