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Who's poisoning america . We begin with a pollution overview: the rampant growth of the chemical industry, the increasing incidence of cancer and occupational disease, nuclear wastes, pesticides, fouled air and groundwater, oozing dumpsites, bureaucratic bungling, corporate hostility and neglect.
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Publisher: Sierra Club Books (1981)
Pages: 369 pages
ePUB size: 1760 kb
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