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Ray and Guzzo take on the scare-mongers who preach environmental catastrophe by pointing out facts about such contentious issues as acid rain, the greenhouse effect, radiation, pesticides, and nuclear waste--facts that are far less alarming than the propagandists would have us believe.
Published August 15th 1990 by Regnery Publishing
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Thurston Miller
Makes one wonder if we, as a society, are "thinking" about the environmental options and selecting the best or are we just going from one band wagon to another without thinking. Reading the book made me see that we have options.
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This book was so interesting on two levels. First, her points on science and politics and media and who has the truth and who people should listen to is very interesting. Ray is a scientist turned politician.

But the most interesting part was this book, written by a Democrat in 1990 would easily pass for a conservative Republicans argument today.

I read this in the midst of the Democrats 2020 Primaries and the extremists who must be shunned in this book are now running her party. It was really f
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