Up Close: Rachel Carson: Rachel Carson (Google eBook)
Rachel Carson combined her love of science and writing in her award-winning and controversial book Silent Spring. Revealing the dangers of pesticide use, it brought readers a new awareness of humankindís contamination of the environment and ultimately led to the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency.
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