Washington D.C. 1990 Stapled Soft Cover First Edition Very Good 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall. Minor edge wear, gently scuffed, spine is lightly creased, gently shelf worn, overall a
very crisp and clean used first edition! Brown wrappers with green lettering on the front. 62 very clean unmarked and uncreased historical and thought-provoking pages! "In 1978, a Soviet writer using the pseudonym Boris Komarov wrote a slender volume titled The Destruction of Nature in the Soviet Union. The author was a government official who had broad access to classified data. The book, published only in the country's samizdat (underground press), was filled with grim stories of health-threatening pollution and human-induced environmental devastation. Publishing such a report could easily have landed Mr. Komarov in jail. In late 1989, in a sign of how much things had changed, the Soviet government itself released its first national environment report...."----from the Introduction.
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