Char Miller, Mark Cioc, and Kate Showers, eds. History in Dispute 7. Detroit, St. James Press, 2001. The History in Dispute series "Addresses heavily debated questions by offering different critical perspectives on major historical events..." Rutgers-restricted Access
"An introduction to the history and background of the events that occured at Love Canal. Includes two chronologies of events, scanned documents of the Ecumenical Task Force, database of Love Canal articles, and a glossary of definitions for individuals, organizations, businesses, government agencies, chemical waste dump sites, and major issues relating to the Love Canal and other local environmental disaster areas." From the University at Buffalo Special Collections.
Love Canal Revisited: Race, Class, and Gender in Environmental Activism.
Elizabeth D. Blum. Lawrence, Kan., University Press of Kansas, 2008. Available?
"An extensive collection of documents of the accident, including: transcripts and audio recordings of interviews collected at the time, government and industry documents not readily available in other places, photographs and newspaper coverage." From Dickenson College.
Three Mile Island Sourcebook: Annotations of a Disaster.
Philip Starr and William Pearman. New York, Garland Pub., 1983.
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