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good book for anyone who is interested in the dangers posted by chemicals in our environment, and it's effect on human as well as animal life. well written and easy to understand.Published 5 days ago by tyrrell
I wanted to finally read this classic book that was a real wakeup call when it came out.
Sorry to say I did not have the patience to finish it. Read more
This book has been shown to present bogus studies and bogus facts in recent years. The author is a left wing environmentalist with an agenda. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Walter Brown
Silent Spring was a very interesting read. It brings up a topic that is still a major topic of discussion today, 50 years later. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Josh
This was a very boring and difficult read and had no direction to me. Nothing of what I read made no sense and should have been more directionalPublished 29 days ago by Lisa Gallo
If you are interested in how the past generation contaminated our world, then read this work. Not everyone would like this but it does have substantial research and good... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jolene Palmer
This is the book that raised the alarm about the broad-acre use of pesticides, and is credited with launching the environmental movement in the US. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew Wilson
even thought this is an older book, CC 1962, it is as revelant today as it was then. The environmental problems are as pressing today as in the past only now our population is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by jerome kaplan
One really should read this book to see how an opportunist like Rachel Carson can take vague statements and innuendo while mixing facts and fantasy until it is not only believable,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joseph Botts