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In the wake of the tragedy in Flint, this book becomes a must-read for anyone interested in the interconnections between the government, the environment and health.Published 3 months ago by Victoria Griffith
I thought it would have more personal info. I went to high school with Sue. She was always smiling.Published 3 months ago by Kathleen Volling
Very informative book about pollution on the great lakes and the emotional and physical effects it had on two women. Very good, but sad read.Published 14 months ago by John Morgan
This is an expose of pollution in the city of Waukegan, IL. It is a lucid explanation of a difficult topic, given that most of the polluting companies have closed or left the... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Rick in Chicago suburbs
This was a very interesting story. You will think twice about everything in the environment while reading it. So sad but true for too many.Published 23 months ago by Cac
compelling story about a real place. this could be anytown USA. it explains how we many just didnt know or want to know the dangers we live with.Published on November 22, 2013 by Laurie Richter
I was born in Waukegan and lived there for 27 years, so this book had a profound effect on me. While all the lakefront industries employed many, many families, they left a... Read morePublished on October 20, 2013 by Debbie Tollefson
I grew up in the town Waukegan and knew all the people mentioned in the book. The tragedy of toxins in the lake affected my family as well. Read morePublished on August 24, 2013 by Joan Sacramento