Our stolen future: are we threatening our fertility, intelligence, and survival? : a scientific detective story : with a new epilogue by the authors
Plume, Mar 1, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 316 pages
The subject of front page headlines and evening news broadcasts, this groundbreaking book first revealed that chemicals in the environment have affected human reproductive patterns in way that may threaten the survival of the species. "Deserves to be read by the widest possible audience".--"The New York Times Book Review". Line art.
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