Coal Tar: How Corrupt Politics and Corporate Greed Are Killing America's Children by Bill Clutter - PDF free download eBook

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If ever there was a need for people to become aware of how toxic chemicals cause illness like Cancer among other diseases and...

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Exact title of the book
Coal Tar: How Corrupt Politics and Corporate Greed Are Killing America's Children
Book author
Bill Clutter
Book edition
Perfect Paperback
Published
by Investigating Innocence Media
File size (in PDF)
about 300 kB
Coal Tar: How Corrupt Politics and Corporate Greed Are Killing America's Children

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If ever there was a need for people to become aware of how toxic chemicals cause illness like Cancer among other diseases and birth defects, the need is now and ever more urgent. Bill Clutter takes you along while investigating the cause of a childhood cancer epidemic in Taylorville, Illinois and Morgan City, Louisianna. He takes you back and forth between his investigation with the families involved and historical events that show the stark contrast of what should have been with politicians and advocates that were intent on providing protection and safety for wellbeing for the country and how it all went so wrong and has harmed so many people.

We all assume that where we live is safe and the Government has our best interest in mind when monitoring what goes in our neighborhoods. We assume that we are aware enough to watch for hazards or dangers to ourselves and our families. Most of us think we are doing everything we can ensure that we are healthy.

Bill Clutter's book is a wake-up call to all those that think someone else is watching out for the people. It is a lesson in human suffering vs the cost. The value of a human life based on what government and corporations regard it to be and how they get away with it.