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Today, science journalist Arthur Allen notes, “there is scarcely a place on earth where the tomato is not eaten.’’ Today, science journalist Arthur Allen notes, “there is scarcely a place on earth where the tomato is not eaten.’’ (Istockphoto.Com)
By Stephen Meuse
Globe Correspondent / March 3, 2010

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Not every revolution has its Bastille Day, that discrete moment when some numerically significant portion of the population decides it’s mad as hell and not going to take it anymore. (Full article: 687 words)

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