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Five Past Midnight in Bhopal
Dominique Lapierre (au); Javier Moro (au); Kathryn Spink (tr)
It was five past midnight on 3 Dec. 1984 when a terrifying cloud of toxic gas escaped from an American pesticide plant in Bhopal, India. Killing 30,000 & injuring 500,000 more, it was the most murderous industrial disaster in history. This book puts faces to the masses that were killed or injured. Hundreds of characters, situations & adventures are telescoped in this fresco full of love, heroism, faith & hope. This is a real tragedy of crucial relevance to our times. And the people of Bhopal are still suffering, with 150,000 people chronically affected. No court of law has ever passed judgment on Union Carbide for the crime committed & Warren Anderson, its then chairman. “A beautifully written, moving account of the night that forever changed India.” Photos.
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