's message isn't as radical, but its proposal to avoid added sugar will, for most Americans, prove even more inconvenient.
! Winning the War Against Childhood Obesity By Susan Okie Washington, DC:Joseph Henry Press, 2005.
The family of New York fence Arnie Albright is so fed up
with his obnoxious nasty personality that they stage an intervention and send him to the resort island of Club Med in the Caribbean to get a personality transplant.
Candace, with secret fears of her own, is beginning to get fed up
with friends who feel like "leeches." She starts to take up with a new girl, Nicole--and Renee, Brianna, and Maya get together and realize that they're relieved to be out from under Candace's thumb, no longer forced to put up with her cruel games and worry about pleasing her.
What you will find is this: Perhaps more than at any time since the 1929 Teapot Dome scandal, grassroots America is absolutely fed up
with official Washington, its air of arrogance, and its wasteful ways.