Good book, easy to read in chunks, and fascinating as well.
Michaels exposes every trick of industries who use or produce toxic products in their too-often-successful bids to avoid regulation.
This is a must read book for anyone who wants to understand how our society has digressed into a greedy polluting corporate mess.
The good news is: it's a well-written, well-documented book. The bad news is: I find the corporate chicanery and the gullibility of the American people so depressing, I put it... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Suzanne B. Conaway
While performing a literature search for a research paper on environmental regulation I learned of this book. I loved David Michaels' candor and no nonsense approach. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shanelle Joseph
David Michaels' book is one of the most significant and important books about how "science" works and doesn't work, and how in our society the rules are set in such a way... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jcm
Everyone in the US should read this book. Meticulously documented and engagingly written, this book about how industry has managed to influence public policy is a real eye-opener.Published 4 months ago by pastrygirl
Every voter should read this book. Michaels exposes every trick of industries who use or produce toxic products in their too-often-successful bids to avoid regulation. Read morePublished 13 months ago by MEL
Well-written. Well-documented. Well time for change in how our society protects the public from toxic chemicals. Well worth the price.Published 15 months ago by Michael T. Collins
This is a must read book for anyone who wants to understand how our society has digressed into a greedy polluting corporate mess. Read morePublished 17 months ago by John Brandenberger
I found this interested me, mostly as I read about the big corporations who knew what they were producing was dangerous or deadly, but greedily didn't say or hid it, and forged... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Rutledge
This book shows how doubt is raised against sound science by those whose only motive is greed. Anyone interested in understanding the problems of today's society should read this.Published 18 months ago by M. Scott