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The Killing Ground: An Update #656920

ABC Special for Thursday, Aug 21, 1980

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  • ABC special "The Killing Ground" re: chemical waste disposal, focusing on the Love Canal in Niagra Falls (New York), Elizabeth (New Jersey), Jackson (New Jersey), Louisiana, Montague (Michigan), and the affects of spilled chemicals on the local populations, replay of previous 1979 report with updates added, reported by Brit Hume.
  • Excerpts of interviews with Karen Schroeder, Beverly Paigen, Marie Pozniak, Bruce Davis, David Axelrod, Sharon Dunmire, Mark Dunmire, William Carracino, Jerry English, James McCarthy, Dave Ewell, Edwin Edwards, Columbus Millet, Warren Dobson, Andrew Hogarth, William Sanjour, Hugh Kaufman, Steffen Plehn, Katherine Schirmer, and Eckardt Beck.
  • Reporter(s):
    Hume, Brit

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