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Concurrently, such anxiety has also increased dramatically among the nonprivileged, seldom previously engaged in green activism. In the United States the antitoxics campaign has changed the face of environmental advocacy since its inception as a large-scale movement in the wake of the Love Canal controversy in the late s, broadening from a relatively few local disturbances to a national network of thousands of community groups. Whereas preservationist agendas advocated by mainstream environmental groups have been ﬁnancially supported, and their organizations staffed, by well-educated middle-class whites (typically male), what today is increasingly called the environmental justice movement (of which campaigns against toxic dumping have been the catalyst and remain the centerpiece) has increasingly been led by nonelites, more often than not women, including a strong minority presence—and understandably so, given that “all Americans [are] not .
Historically simultaneous with Muir’s campaign, but rarely mentioned in histories of American environmentalism, was Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle (), the landmark novel denouncing worker victimage by the meatpacking industry. This is the other provenance: not muckraking narrative alone but a congeries of initiatives on behalf of urban and workplace reform that gathered momentum at the end of the nineteenth century, including the Ruskininspired settlement house movement, intensiﬁed labor agitation, and the birth of industrial toxicology.
By this I mean to refer in part to the limiting condition of predictable, chronic perceptual underactivation in bringing to awareness, and then to articulation, of all that is to be noticed and expressed. As Italian architect Donatella Mazzoleni declares, “the lived experience of non-verbal, pre-logical space is only partly translatable into language or narratable”; the “spatialization of primary pulsations . . ” In my own, more inclusive, conception here, environmental unconscious in its negative aspect refers to the impossibility of individual or collective perception coming to full consciousness at whatever level: observation, thought, articulation, and so forth.
Civil War ironclads: the dawn of naval armor by Robert MacBride