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Unformatted text preview: family members and people living in Utah, were diagnosed with cancer. Many women filed law suites and protested, trying to stop nuclear testing ; but every attempt was unsuccessful and failed. When confronted about the situation, the United States’ government assured the American public that nuclear testing was not the cause of cancer in this region of the country. In conclusion, it is evident that fooling with nature or even working with something that affects it can greatly harm the life that surrounds it. In this case, it would be the Mormon family surrounding the atomic testing. This case of Atomic testing is not heathy and the government fails to realize that it is most likely the cause of the extream amounts of cancer cases surrounding the testing site....
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- Spring '08
- Microeconomics, Terry Tempest Williams, nuclear testing, atomic testing