This Vast Pollution--: United States of America V. Reserve Mining Company
This work discusses Reserve Mining Company's discharge of thousands of tons of taconite tailings into Lake Superior. It reviews the environmental opposition to this act. The author was a trial lawyer for the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Justice in the United States of America verses Reserve Mining Company case. This was the largest case ever filed by the federal government.
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