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2 Mary Joy Breton. Women Pioneers for the Environment. (NortheasternUniversity Press, August 1998) 116-25.

3 Wendy Solomon. "Horsehead subpoenas termed typical tactic." Allentown Morning Call (March 31, 1998).

4 David Helvarg. "The big green spin machine." The Amicus Journal. (Summer 1996) 19.

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8 Lubchenco 495.

9 Lubchenco 496.

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11 Safina.

12 Physicians for Social Responsibility homepage. http://www.psr.org/hcwh.htm Providing a PSR guide for health care without harm. Described campaign of physicians to eliminate medical waste incineration and dioxin.

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17 Van Dyne.

18 Jeremy Rifkin. "Apocalypse When?" New Scientist. (31 October 1998) 34.