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Book Reviews

The following books were reviewed in this issue of Voices:

Big Gifts for Small GroupsBig Gifts for Small Groups:
A Board Member's 1-Hour Guide to Securing Gifts for $500 to $5,000
Andy Robinson
Medfield, Massachusetts: Emerson & Church, 2003

Painting the White House GreenPainting the White House Green —
Rationalizing Environmental Policy Inside the Executive Office of the President
Randall Lutter & Jason F. Shogren, Editors
Washington, DC: RFF Press, 2004

Fear ItselfFear Itself
Candida Lawrence
Denver, CO: Unbridled Books, 2004

Why Some Like It HotWhy Some Like It Hot —
Food, Genes, and Cultural Diversity
Gary Paul Nabhan
Washington, DC: Island Press, 2004

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". . . [I]t should be noted that the SEP [Springstead Estates Project] is, at best, in a conceptual stage and that it is totally speculative as to which, if any, aquifer would supply the SEP with water should the housing development ever be built."

— NRC Judge Thomas Moore
October 22, 2004

"Apparently the Government in Washington doesn't care about the health, safety and well-being of the 4,000 people who will be living in the Springstead community within five to ten years. This ruling is another example of how the NRC consistently ignores our communities' concerns about new uranium mining and why the Navajo Nation must step into this fight to protect our people."

— Johnny Livingston, President
Church Rock Chapter

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