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Author documents the health, environmental and spiritual impact of uranium mining on the Navajo and Pueblo nations of the Southwest and details the very sad relationship between the Native nations and the US government . Detailed and well researched, this book was challenging as a causal read, but the interviews in the appendix were deeply moving. I gave it 4 stars because the justice implications are immense for anyone interested in America's nuclear history or SW Native/ US govt. relations.
Peter Eichstaedt is the Africa editor for the Institute of War and Peace Reporting in The Hague. A veteran journalist, he has worked in locations worldwide, including Slovenia, Moldova, Afghanistan, Albania, Armenia, and Uganda, where he was a senior editor for Uganda Radio Network. He is the author of If You Poison Us: Uranium and Native Americans.More about Peter H. Eichstaedt