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They are allowed to sell asbestos as a product in the U.S. and infect consumers as well.
This book is a masterpiece of investigative journalism - well written, throughly researched and truly in the interests of the public.
These two newspaper journalists do an excellent job of pulling together all the various threads of the story of Libby.
It is only reasonable that Andrew Schneider should write this (with David McCumber) after his amazing articles in Seattle's Post Intelligencer that exposed the horrendous... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marie Phillips
I never knew about this until I read it. Very interesting.Published 8 months ago by Jeanette M. Hammons
I stayed up all night reading this book. I didn't really like the first few pages, but once it gets going it's a fascinating, horrifying story.Published 13 months ago by madamanda
My grandfather Les Skramstad is mentioned in this book. For me it's a hard book to read knowing what that stuff did to not only my grandfather and my family, but millions of other... Read morePublished on August 10, 2012 by dontforsakeurself
I knew Grace was a bad company, but did not know how bad the medical community handled this problem. Hard to believe they followed their healing oath.Published on December 12, 2009 by K. webster
This is a fine, informative book, but its odd voice and emphases will make sense if you understand from the outset that the author is the pivotal character. Read morePublished on April 18, 2009 by Karl F. Riemer
I highly recommend this book. I was interested because I had just visited my friend in Montana. She is a fifth generation Montanan and we had driven past large mines throughout the... Read morePublished on February 14, 2009 by Amanda Mu
The plight of the people of Libby and the other sites around the country is very sad and you want to hate WR Grace and the previous mine owners and operators. Read morePublished on March 3, 2007 by Dave