The story of coal’s dirty, deadly legacy

Washington Independent: Most of us take it for granted that when we flip the switch, the lights will go on. Sure, we write the electric company a monthly check, but otherwise lend no thought to the source of the power -- like urban kids clueless that chicken originates someplace other than the freezer aisle of chain groceries. But this month, an energetic author from the rugged, coal-laden hills of southern Illinois hopes to relay the message -- utterly apropos in a country where coal generates nearly half ......

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