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Default Living Downstream: A Scientist's Personal Investigation of Cancer and the Environment

Living Downstream: A Scientist's Personal Investigation of Cancer and the Environment
by Sandra Steingraber

http://www.amazon.com/Living-Downstream-Scientists-Investigation-Environment/dp/0375700994review from amazon:
5.0 out of 5 stars "Living Downstream" is the "Silent Spring" of the 1990's.., September 14, 1998
By S. haggard (Maine, USA) - See all my reviews
This book will be remembered not only for its eloquence and poetry, for its accuracy and precision, but also for the silence with which it was received in 1997. Along with Joni Seager's "Earth Follies" and Terry Tempest Williams' "Refuge", "Living Downstream" paints a picture of our behavior toward our planet as nothing less than genocidal. For those who believe Rachel Carson was right, this book is a must-read update and a reminder that faith is not enough. We must live as if we believe the consequences of toxic pollution to be predictable and avoidable.
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The tendency of man's nature to good is like the tendency of water to flow downwards.
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