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"For his imagination at all hours of the day and night was full of battles, enchantments, adventures. follies, loves and challenges."

                                                                   Cervantes.  Don Quixote

Big Muddy Blues: True Tales and Twisted Politics Along Lewis & Clark's Missouri River

$25 (shipping included)

"So rich in anecdotes, so populated by colorful characters, no brief summary can convey the range of information or the writing style that flows so pleasantly."

 

Big Muddy Blues: True Tales and Twisted Politics Along Lewis and Clark's Missouri River

 

The story of what happened -- and keeps happening -- to American's longest river

 

       Two-hundred years after Lewis and Clark's fateful expedition along the Missouri River, the famed waterway is the venue for a vast, politically driven drama. Struggles along the river from Missouri to Montana pit conservation, development, farm, barge, American Indian and government interests against one another in clashes complicated by water scarcity in the basin.

                                Thomas Dunne Books, St. Martin's Press, 2005.

 

   Steve Weinberg

Dinner at the New Gene Cafe: How Genetic Engineering is Changing What We Eat, How We Live and the Global Politics of Food

KIRKUS REVIEW

"A remarkable survey by a three-time winner of the Raymond Clapper Award of the history, promise and unknown dangers of genetically modified foods..."

PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY

"An indispensable history of the political storm surrounding GMOs. It's greatest asset is the firsthand testimony it gives from every side of the debate."

"The first great story of the new century, and Bill Lambrecht owns it. At the juncture of science and politics, he reports and writes with unmodified purity."
Richard Ben Cramer

"If we are what we eat, everyone should be concerned about the story Lambrecht tells."
Larry King
 
 
 
"He underscores the pervasiveness of genetically modified products in the United States in a masterful opening chapter. A terrific job humanizing the story."
Chicago Tribune

Dinner at The New Gene Cafe:

How Genetic Engineering is Changing What We Eat, How We Live and the Global Politics of Food

Thomas Dunne Books, St. Martin's Press 2005

$30 (shipping incl)

"Dinner at the New Gene Cafe gives consumers, farmers, and environmentalists plenty of food for thought about the need to take food-policy control away from the corporate profiteers."
Jim Hightower
"Whimsical, fun and filled with facts, Lambrecht takes what could be a dry topic and dishes out a great read."
Washington Post
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