Bold. Pioneering. These adjectives describe Rachel Carson who is one of the most important figures of the twentieth-century enviromental movement. The author of the book SILENT SPRING, Carson exposed the environmental harm done by pesticides and helped lead to restrictions on their use. This biography covers the life and work of Rachel Carson who has been called the mother of the environmental movement.
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