Kat Eschner – How Agent Orange Turned This American Small Town Into a Toxic Waste-Ridden Deathtrap

Thats when the town’s former residents voted it out of corporate existence. Only one elderly couple still lived there at the time, according to a report published in The New York Times. Three years previously, the town had been home to 2,242 residents, who were all suddenly evacuated when it was revealed that their dirt roads had all been sprayed down with a mixture containing the toxic chemical dioxinthe main ingredient in Agent Orange.




“How Agent Orange Turned This American Small Town Into a Toxic Waste-Ridden Deathtrap” is from smithsonianmag.com, published on April 3, 2017.


Author: Kat Eschner
Narrator: Mark Schectman
Duration: 4 minutes
Released: 17 May 2004
Publisher: Smithsonian
Language: English





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