Free Study Guide for Silent Spring by Rachel Carson - Book Summary
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Scientists who study insects.
U.S. government officials
Officials of departments such as the Department of Agriculture who are responsible for propagating the use of chemical poisons for the destruction of pest insects or who research non-chemical means of insect control.
People who attempt to study the natural processes of the earth and protect the earth from chemical poisoning.
Both the beneficial insects and the harmful insects.
They are killed by chemical poisons and who function in their natural habitat as natural insect controllers.
Alive with the activity of many organisms and which is threatened by massive and repeated doses of chemical poisons.
Also alive with the activity of many organisms and which is threatened by chemical poisons.
The non-scientist citizen
of the U.S.
They often uses heavy doses of chemical poisons on the home and farm to kill insects, or who’s environment is subject to spraying against her/his will, and who also often recognizes when it’s too late the severity of the dangers of these chemicals.
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