Libby, Montana. Asbestos & the Deadly Sins of an American Corporation
by (MATTHIESSEN, Peter). PEACOCK, Andrea
Boulder: Johnson Books. (2003). An investigative account of an egregious case of environmental degradation and the poisoning of thousands of workers by the W.R. Grace Corporation in Libby, Montana, the site of a vermiculite mine that was heavily tainted with asbestos. From the library of Peter Matthiessen. With a two-paragraph blurb of advance praise from Matthiessen, and with a letter from the publisher laid in expressing gratitude and conveying that "of all the copies we sent out, your response [meant] the most to [Peacock]." Fine in wrappers. First Edition. Softcover. Fine. (Inventory #: 032439)
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