Dangerous trade book description from anthrax to asbestos to pesticides industrial toxins and pollutants have troubled the world for the past century and longer environmental hazards from industry remain one of the worlds foremost killers dangerous trade establishes historical groundwork for a better understanding of how and why these hazards . Dangerous trade histories of industrial hazard across a globalizing world edited by christopher sellers and joseph melling philadelphia temple university press 2012 x 218 pp map tables notes and index paper 2995. Histories of industrial hazard across a globalizing world dangerous trade histories of industrial hazard across a globalizing world this paper is based on research and writing that joseph melling has undertaken with christopher sellers of new york university over several years they have been looking at the evolution and the distribution of hazards across the globalized economy of the past . Ons industrial hazards remain a major arguably still growing threat to the global community asbestos offers a primary sinister example of how industrial haz ards may continue to afflict a citizenry worldwide although in ways that differ dramatically between countries with contrasting histories of development exposure to what used to be known as a magic mineral
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