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Health of its people How much does society care about the health of its citizens? In the United States, it seems that the government does indeed care about the welfare of its people: being open about natural disasters and making companies pay if they violate laws, such as in the move Erin Brokavich. However, in the Soviet Union, it was clear that the health of its people was not a priority. In the documentary film, ___, atomic factory, which were
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Unformatted text preview: building atomic bombs, knowingly and continuously released atomic particles into the Techa river, but citizens living along the river did not know about it. Analyzing the attitudes of governments towards the environment and health of its citizens it is clear that the American government cares more about the health of its citizens than the Soviet Union did....
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