“Pollution must be attacked by eliminating its
sources rather than just ameliorating its effects…the need is clear for much
more stringent control than now exists…Attempts to control the pollution of our
water and atmosphere cannot be allowed to fail. The environment in which we
live is part of us; when we degrade it, we degrade ourselves.”
By now, Robert F. Kennedy's time it almost out. 47 years ago, running for president, ghosting along the west coast, his spirit is a big part of my ROOSEVELT sequel book.
Finally, after putting the Herald building on the cover
of my book ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE
HOLY SAINT, the Herald will have a story about
my writing. It will appear on the first Thursday in June.
Thanks Lois Lane!
“We know too, I think, what the stakes are. It is
not simply economic well-being—it is the survival of the enduring values of
diversity in America, the fight against the loss of diverse ways of life, the
battle to prevent America’s farms from becoming factories producing bland food
and bland men, driving our citizens into homogenous cities, distinguished from
each other only by the poisons in their air.”