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Other things this could use
- Discussion of the rise of the funeral home as an institution
- Discussion of consolidation in the funeral industry
- Pictures of interiors
- Link of some sort to critique of the funeral industry, e.g. The American Way of Death by Jessica Mitford.
- I see this is somewhat addressed in the "see also" section.
The statement that the Mississippi verdict against Loewen was found to be unjustified is partisan at best. The verdict was never reversed -- Loewen settled. At the very least, the article should avoid the weaselly passive voice and say *who* allegedly found the result to be in error. --Thus Blogged Anderson (talk) 22:21, 25 September 2010 (UTC)