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22 de Noviembre de 2010

Anthony DePalma habla de su libro "City of Dust: Illness, Arrogance and 9/11"

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En Nueva York, se pagarán cientos de millones de dólares a más de 10.000 rescatistas que estuvieron expuestos a los residuos tóxicos después del 11-S. Hablamos del acuerdo con Anthony DePalma, autor del libro, City of Dust: Illness, Arrogance and 9/11. (Ciudad de polvo: enfermedad, arrogancia y el 11-S) "El polvo se convierte en una metáfora", dijo DePalma, "porque después que salen esas declaraciones [sobre si el aire que se respiraba era seguro], el resto de la gente de Nueva York se quedó casi sin poder creer a nadie. Su confianza se derrumbó, tal y como se derrumbaron las torres."

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