THE AIR WE LIVE IN by James Marshall

THE AIR WE LIVE IN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A wealth of statistics in seven brief chapters, and what makes for rather mundane reading will serve chiefly as a source of numbers to impress in writing term papers. The usual topics are treated air as ""the breath of life""; where pollutants come from; what ""you"" can do to help but without much vigor or stirring any particular response. Lucy Kavaler's Dangerous Air (1967, 750, J-278) is far more effective for the same audience.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1968
Publisher: Coward-McCann