During the 20th century, hundreds of billions of pounds of pesticides were released to the global environment. How are we exposed to them? What can we do to protect ourselves? In this extraordinary analysis, John Wargo, one of the nation's leading experts in pesticide policy, traces the history of pesticide law and science, with a focus on the special hazards faced by children.
Wargo, John. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1996