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Downwind: A People's History of the Nuclear West Hardcover – November 1, 2014
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“Comprehensive and incisive, Downwind also adds heart and soul to an epic story of resilience in the aftermath of reckless arrogance. Sarah Fox gives the history of the nuclear age back to the people who had it written in their bones. The testimony she captured is both shocking and inspiring.”—Chip Ward, author of Canaries on the Rim: Living Downwind in the West
(Chip Ward 2014-02-26)
About the Author
Sarah Alisabeth Fox is a freelance writer and editor. Her articles and reviews have appeared in Montana, the Magazine of Western History and Western Historical Quarterly.
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The writing is beautiful and readable and takes you to the heart and soul of a topic that is not frequently discussed. I appreciate the author bringing awareness to the devastation that affected so many in such a personal, profound way.
Multiple firsthand accounts of those that lived through the times opened my eyes to things I never thought of. These stories are likely to leave anyone heartbroken and weeping in the face of the tragedy carried out upon the American peoples by their own government. Mrs. Fox elegantly sheds light on an absolute travesty of American history.