Flame Retardants in the Public Sphere
Chapter 2 provides an overview of the history of flame retardant production, regulation, research, and activism in the United States, from early controversies over toxic chemicals used in children’s pajamas, to the discovery of the chemicals in women’s breast milk, to dynamic activist campaigns to ban dangerous chemicals, to lobbying efforts by well-funded chemical industry front groups.
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