United States: Oil spill approaches gulf coast, threatening economy and environment

Guardian: When Tom Reddoch was growing up in southern Louisiana, on a pencil-thin strip of land flanked on one side by the Mississippi and on the other by a marshy inland waterway, he and his friends used to brag to each other that this was the greatest place on Earth. Children had different expectations back in the 1950s: what they meant was that they would never go hungry. "The one thing we could be certain of is that we would never starve down here. In those days, this was one great protein ......

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