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Rashke s account of the massive documentation on the Silkwood case stands up to critical review It will remind students of industrial relations of an earlier anti union period, replete with examples of coercion, espionage, cover ups, and illegal wiretappingRobert Sass, Relations Industrielles Industrial RelationsEnjoy this book at a number of levelsIt carefully reconstructs all the cluesIt s a quick primer in legal maneuvering, as maverick attorneys challenge the corporate suits And, finally it s the tale of one resolute but frightened young woman, fast maturing as she stares at death daily in the yellow uranium clouds that choke her workplaceLivingston and McLean Counties Union News, June Richard Rashke is the author of nonfiction books including The Killing of Karen Silkwoodand Useful EnemiesHis books have been translated into eleven languages and have been adapted for screen and television Rashke is also a produced screenwriter and playwright his work has appeared on network television and in New York


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