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Using God to Sell Soap
Ivory Soap got its name from Psalm 45.
When Corporations Co-opt Crafts
Procter & Gamble made its industrially produced soap the basis for a revival of an ancient craft, leading to a huge fad for soap carving.
Is Our Soap Hurting Us?
Julia Scott, a writer and radio producer in San Francisco, was recently a test subject for a living ...
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