Review of Waste: One Woman’s Fight Against America’s Dirty Secret by Catherine Coleman-Flowers (2020)
Since I gained political consciousness, environmental preservation has been portrayed by its opponents in the developed world as a niche cause that wealthy, white hipsters in chic suburbs use to flaunt their moral superiority over salt of the Earth laborers.
The moment that has had the greatest impact on my political worldview and personal morality occurred in 2001. For those outside Australia, Australians under the age or twenty or those not familiar with the enveloping venomous tide of propaganda, vilification and obfuscation concerning asylum policy in said country, what I am about to describe may be unfamiliar. For those who are, they will know that the Tampa Affair is a grim cultural landmark for the country of my birth.
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