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Rachel carson’s silent spring (review) lawrence mastroni film & history: an interdisciplinary journal of film and television studies, volume 381 (spring 2008), pp 75-76 (review). The latest addition to library of america’s growing list of nature and environmental titles, rachel carson: silent spring & other writings on the environment, presents one of the landmark books of the twentieth century together with a judiciously chosen gathering of letters, speeches, and other. Silent spring took carson four years to complete even several decades after its publication and equally inspiring is the example of rachel carson herself.
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The modern environmentalist movement was launched at the beginning of june 1962, when excerpts from what would become rachel carson's anti-chemical landmark silent spring were published in the new yorker. Rachel carson, who warned of pesticides’ toll on nature in “silent spring” 50 years ago, offered an indelible example of the power of individual action. Although she spent most of her career as a marine biologist, rachel carson (1907–1964) is remembered mostly for raising the alarm over the dangers of pollution and pesticides her book silent spring detailed how harmful chemicals like ddt could have unintended consequences both the work and the.
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