A whiff of discrimination?

Satchell, M.
May 1992
U.S. News & World Report;5/4/92, Vol. 112 Issue 17, p34
Focuses on the rise of `environmental racism,' a classic example of activists' trying to seize the politically correct high ground by employing one of society's most provocative charges. Evidence that whites are widely victimized; Evidence from the 1990 book `Dumping in Dixie,' by Robert Bullard; Legitimate claims by proponents of the racism theory; The deliberate pattern of prejudice; Results of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report.


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