LaCroix, Susan
June 1993
Mothering;Summer93, Issue 67, p37
Describes the diaper war in the midst of environmental impact studies, advertisements, and countercampaigns. Environmental information; Comparison with reusables; Hazards of effluents from plastic, pulp and paper; Water consumption; Credibility of two major studies; Advertising claims; Diaper rash.


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