The Dew of Death

By Joel A. Vilensky, Pandy R. Sinish | March 1, 2004

U.S. war planners knew lewisite was not suited for battlefield use, yet vast quantities of the agent were produced, saddling the government with a large, ongoing cleanup.

As the coronavirus crisis shows, we need science now more than ever.

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