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Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC)
Gary McCormick
Susan Weston
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The 1948 Nobel Prize in Medicine went to Paul Müller, who discovered DDT's power as a persistent insecticide that could greatly reduce typhus epidemics and other hazards. The Nobel presentation speech makes the case for DDT's value, and selections from Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring" offer...