Health benefits exceed by 70 % costs to control stationary source air pollution
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The 1960's was a decade of U.S. idealism-there was a belief that our society could accomplish anything it set its mind to do. The decade opened with President Kennedy declaring that we would put a man on the moon by 1970. Social injustices were to be righted by a series of civil rights acts that pushed aside economic as well as legal barriers. Finally, President Johnson believed that we could have Great Society programs at home while fighting a war in Southeast Asia.
Chem. Eng. News, 57, 17, 38-41.