The Bhopal Saga: Causes and Consequences of the World's Largest Industrial Disaster
Universities Press, 2005 - Bhopal Union Carbide Plant Disaster, Bhopal, India, 1984 - 283 pages
The Bhopal Saga Is An Incisive Analysis Of One Of The Worst Industrial Accidents That Has Taken Place In The Recent Past. It Also Discusses The Conflicting Stance Of The Union Carbide Corporation And The Government Of India On The Moral Responsibility For The Tragedy.
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