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Johansen, Bruce. “The Most Bombed Nation on Earth.” In Environmental Racism in the United States and Canada: Seeking Justice and Sustaiability. ABC-CLIO, 2020.
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Landau, Arielle. “A Uniquely Destructive Injustice: US Nuclear Testing on Indigenous Lands – an Environmental Justice and GIS Analysis.” Unpublished (2021). https://alandaux.github.io/assets/A%20Uniquely%20Destructive%20Injustice%20-%20Final%20Draft.pdf
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