The Bhopal Tragedy: What Really Happened and What It Means for American Workers and Communities at Risk

By: Subramaniam, M. Arun; Morehouse, Ward

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0936876476 190 pages. This hard-hitting report to the Citizens Commission on Bhopal is the first authoritative book-length account of the tragedy and its implications for American workers and communities exposed to similar risk of catastrophic accident. Probes what really happened in Bhopal that awful night in December 1984 when the city was gassed by a Union Carbide chemical plant... the worst industrial disaster in history, in which at least 5,000 people were killed and more than 200,000 injured. Unmarked. Light wear. Tight and square. Excellent copy.