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Pollution from U.S. manufacturing: Why has it gone down? (access required)

  The modern environmental movement in the U.S. began with the publication of Silent Spring by Rachel Carson in 1962, the subsequent publication of some alarmist books such as The Population Bomb by the Stanford University professor Paul Ehrlich in 1968, and the eventual enactment of now prominent laws like the U.S. Clean Air Act in ...

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