The Firecracker Boys
In 1958, the U.S. government unveiled a plan to "improve Alaska's infrastructure" by detonating six hydrogen bombs along the Alaskan coast for a new harbor. The government claimed the blast wouldn't harm the environment or the Eskimos living nearby. This is a story of government arrogance and deception, and the people who fought against it--launching America's environmental movement.
Specifications of The Firecracker Boys
|Publisher||St Martins Pr|
|Number Of Pages||388|
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