These days, Walt Disney Co. is collecting critics the way Winnie the Pooh's honey pot collects bees. Indeed, the groups lined up against the $20 billion media giant--including Southern Baptists, Catholics, the Concerned Women for America, and the National Federation of the Blind--outnumber the hit shows on Disney's struggling ABC network. Disney is even under fire from fellow baseball-club owners for insisting that Tony Phillips of the Disney-owned Anaheim Angels undergo drug counseling after an Aug. 10 arrest and suspension for alleged cocaine possession.
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