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Resource ID: #15872
Subject: Environment
Source: Boston Globe
Date: 1999-11-17



The Boston Globe reports in this four-part series that "Even as the EPA pursues private polluters, certain US agencies preside over some of the deadliest waste sites in the country - and there is little that can be done to stop them...The United States government, which acts as steward and protector of the nation's environment, is itself the worst polluter in the land... The impact of government pollution has been severe and widespread. Some of the most contaminated spots on earth are the property of the United States...." Four parts titled: "Government as Polluter," "Overseas Dumping," "Uneven Enforcement," and "Troubled Investigations."

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