Blowback : A Canadian History of Agent Orange and the War at Home.

By: ARSENAULT, Chris.

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ARSENAULT, Chris. Blowback : A Canadian History of Agent Orange and the Warat Home. Halifax & Winnipeg : Fernwood Publishing, (2009). First Printing. Pp (8),1-115,(5). Illustrated. Map. Index. 8vo, illustrated card covers. " The village of Enniskillen, a sleepy cluster of a few dozen houses in New Brunswick’s Queens County, has never been invaded by a foreign power. But during the 1950s to 1970s, the village was ground zero for a different kind of offensive, this one launched by the American and Canadian military against its own people with the deadly dioxin Agent Orange. Between 1956 and 1984the Canadian military and its private subcontractors sprayed more than 1 m illion litres of rainbow herbicides around New Brunswick. The American military was invited to test Agent Purple and other toxins on Canadian soil after the chemicals had been banned by the U.S. Congress. This is the story ofa war coming home; a story of the military and economic currents that allo wed Agent Orange to blow through trees and into rivers in New Brunswick. More than anything, it’s a story of soldiers, civilians and local residents who blew back against the government and companies who poisoned them." - from the back cover. Review copy stamp (with penned reviewer name and price), else very good. 10.00

Title: Blowback : A Canadian History of Agent Orange and the War at Home.

Author Name: ARSENAULT, Chris.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Fernwood Publishing, Halifax & Winnipeg, 2009, ISBN:9781552662960:

Seller ID: 90306

Keywords: NEW BRUNSWICK TETRACHLORODIBENZODIOXIN CANADA TESTING ENNISKILLEN GAGETOWN CANADIAN MILITARY ARMY BASES CFB AGENT ORANGE TOXICOLOGY TOXIC,