The Threat at Home by Seth Shulman
Confronting the Toxic Legacy of the U.S. Military

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The first comprehensive analysis of the impact of toxic waste dumping by the U.S. military reveals how military bases across the country have endangered the environment and what the Pentagon has done to cover it up.

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Seth Shulman has worked for two decades as a writer and editor specializing in issues of science, technology, and the environment. His work has appeared in "Nature, Discover, Smithsonian, Rolling Stone, Technology Review, " and the "Atlantic Monthly, " among many other publications. He is the author of three books, most recently "Owning the Future." He lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Published May 1, 1992 by Beacon Pr. 254 pages
Genres: History, Nature & Wildlife, War, Professional & Technical, Science & Math, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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The halting, redundant, hugely expensive, and largely ineffective steps in recent years by Army, Navy, and Air Force officials to begin a cleanup, and their long- standing resistance to warning those citizens most at risk, receive full consideration here, with the ultimate message being that, whi...

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