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Contents Prologue Sabotage PART I One Dirty Secrets Revealed Two A Shrimping Career Rehashed Three An Outlaw and a Letter Four Adversaries Approach Five Of Fishermen and Politicos Six Knocked Clean out of the Ring Seven Negotiating with the Enemy Eight The Press Arrives to Liars and Fools Nine Texas Water Commission Files PART II Ten Dirty Facts Revealed Eleven A Dream Is a Dream Come True Twelve Losses, Gains, and Petitions Thirteen Money, Money, Money Fourteen Private Eye Mike Fifteen Battle Lines Are Drawn Sixteen Union Carbide Blows; a Federal Investigator Arrives Seventeen We Strike at the Heart of Formosa Eighteen Beauty Queens, Banquets, and Spies Nineteen Raining on the Chairman's Parade Twenty A Hydrochloric Cloud; a Worker Talks Twenty-one Kickbacks Paid, Internal Memos Conveyed Twenty-two A Bay under Siege; an Activist Born Twenty-three Hunger Strike Twenty-four I Strike at the Gates of Hell Twenty-five Death Threats and Deals Twenty-six Pain and Defeat Twenty-seven A Woman Enters the Sea PART III Twenty-eight Island of Fire and Solidarity Twenty-nine A Radicalized Woman Thirty The Vietnamese Connection Thirty-one The Sinking of the SeaBee Thirty-two Sanchez Comes Home Thirty-three Victory, Redemption, and Loss Acknowledgments
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Wilson, Diane, 1948-.
Shrimpers (Persons) -- United States -- Biography.
Chemical plants -- Waste disposal -- Environmental aspects -- Texas -- Seadrift.
Environmental protection -- Texas -- Seadrift -- Citizen participation.
Environmentalism -- Texas -- Seadrift.