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✏ The Best ₓ The Poisoned City: Flint's Water and the American Urban Tragedy ̸ ePUB By Anna Clark ᾪ

✏ The Best ₓ The Poisoned City: Flint's Water and the American Urban Tragedy  ̸ ePUB By Anna Clark ᾪ ✏ The Best ₓ The Poisoned City: Flint's Water and the American Urban Tragedy ̸ ePUB By Anna Clark ᾪ An Best Book of July 2018 Flint, Michigan, has become a byword for municipal failure When the government switched the city s water source, residents started to complain that the water tasted strange and they were growing ill After repeated strong statements from the city and state claiming the water was just fine, interspersed with perplexing boil water alerts, residents finally took large scale water testing into their own hands, and a local hospital analyzed its patient data to prove that residents were suffering levels of lead poisoning at an unheard of scale Detroit journalist Anna Clark deftly sets the stage for Flint s man made disaster the big drop in population that affected the pipe infrastructure, Flint s financial emergencies, and the long history of sidelining poor and African American residents in Flint As Flint s water failures cascade and the population continues to sicken, Clark provides even keeled reporting of the crisis even as the outrages pile up despite Michigan s attempts to bury them Those who also read A Civil Action by Jonathan Harr will wonder how we got to this point with bad water yet againand why, this time, its the government who is harming its citizens The Poisoned City will open readers eyes to both the scary truth that most of our cities rely on equally weak water infrastructure and how a city s residents can force others to listen Adrian Liang, Book ReviewAn exceptional work of journalism Clark delivers a thorough account of a still evolving public health crisis, one with an unmistakable racial subtext Her book is a deeply reported account of catastrophic mismanagement But its also a celebration of civic engagement, a tribute to those who are fighting back against governmental malpractice San Francisco ChronicleIts hard to overstate how important Anna Clarks new book is A taut, riveting and comprehensive account Clark is meticulous in untangling the welter of misstatements, cover ups and dismissals of the problems severity by officials convinced that staunching the red ink hemorrhaging the crippled economies of Flint and Michigan somehow was important than children afflicted by lead poisoning USA TodayA comprehensive chronicle of the crisiswith an eye for the institutional corruption and indifference that enabled it The New York TimesAn arresting and copiously documented saga of moneyed corruption A bracing, closely reported chronicle Clark ably pieces together the grotesque convergence of forces that transformed Flint into a byword of failed oversight and artificially induced hazard And she rightly notes that the water crisis, as sudden and unexpected as it might have seemed, was the culmination of than a generations worth of systemic neglect and cynical austerity minded pillaging from on high BookforumA meticulously annotated, brutally honest she names names , and compassionately narrated account of a disgraceful American crisis The Poisoned City is a cautionary tale for every town and city across the land The Christian Science MonitorSearing scrutiny Riveting A sobering read through all the spin and cover ups A cornucopia of history and responsibly researched details I have yet to encounter a thorough, accurate or readable account of the poisoning of Flints municipal water supply than The Poisoned City This is an important book, for Flint, for all American cities, and for our nation East Village Magazine Flint, Michigan Gripping and packed with meticulously sourced reportage Clarks rich account intersperses policy and environmental science with vivid portraits of Flint and its citizens, ramping up the tension as the horror unfolds A must readnot only for those interested in environmental science and policymaking, but for anyone who believes that access to clean drinking water is a basic human right NatureIncisive and informed In the first full accounting of the Flint water crisis, Clark combines a staggering amount of research and several intimate story lines to reveal how the Michigan city was poisoned by its leaders and then largely abandoned to its fate by state officials Clark takes no prisoners, naming all the names and presenting the confirming research Neglect, she warns, is not a passive force in American cities, but an aggressive one Booklist starred review A complex, exquisitely detailed account A potent cautionary tale of urban neglect and indifference Clark goes far beyond the immediate crisiscaptured nationally in images of bottled water being distributed to Flints poor, the most severely affectedto explain decades of negligence that had mired the city in debt, dysfunctional urban policy, disappearing investment, disintegrating infrastructure, and a compromised democratic process She warns that other declining American cities are similarly threatened Kirkus Reviews starred review Compelling A comprehensive account that boils down this complex tragedy While devastating, this account is also inspiring in its coverage of the role of Flints lionhearted residents and their grassroots activism, community organizing, and independent investigation This extremely informative work gives an authoritative account of a true American urban tragedy that still continues Publishers WeeklyWith every heartbreaking detail, Anna Clarks must read and beautifully rendered account of the Flint water crisis makes clear that this horrific poisoning of an essential American city was never just an unfortunate accident Instead, it was the tragic, and indeed tragically inevitable, result of the fiscal, as well as environmental, racism that seems to run as deeply and powerfully in this country as water itself.Heather Ann Thompson, author of Blood in the Water The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its LegacyAnna Clarks book on the Flint water crisis rises to a great challenge it sacrifices neither complexity nor moral clarity And by etching this storys outlines in decades of racist neglect, it is not just a splendid work of journalism It is a genuine contribution to history.Rick Perlstein, author of The Invisible Bridge The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan The Poisoned City is a gripping account of a devastating, unnatural disaster Through deep research and on the ground reporting, Anna Clark makes the case that Flints water crisis is the result of decades of disinvestment and neglect, worsened by austerity policies and governmental malfeasance This is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand Americas ongoing failure to deal with environmental injustice, racial inequality, and economic marginalization Thomas J Sugrue, author of The Origins of the Urban Crisis Race and Inequality in Postwar Detroit The story of the Flint crisis is disturbing enough even if one knows only a few details But the entire case, as laid out by Anna Clark, is enraging Clark has sifted the layers of politics, history, and myopic policy to chronicle the human costs of this tragedy Flint is not an outlier, its a parable one whose implications matter not just to a single municipality but to every city in the country and all who live in them Jelani Cobb, Ira A Lipman Professor of Journalism, Columbia UniversityThe poisoning of Flint was unintentional but it was no accident Read Anna Clarks empathetic yet emphatic history and you will understand how this American tragedy could have been prevented and why it wasnt Her book will make you mad, but it will also give you hope for the rebirth of our cities and maybe even our democracy.Dan Fagin, author of Toms River A Story of Science and Salvation The Poisoned City Anna Clark The is a gripping account of devastating, unnatural disaster Through deep research and on the ground reporting, Clark makes case that Flint s water crisis result decades disinvestment neglect, worsened by 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    • The Poisoned City: Flint's Water and the American Urban Tragedy
    • 4.2
    • 484
    • Hardcover
    • 302 pages
    • Anna Clark
    • English
    • 09 December 2017

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