Gulf War Syndrome : Legacy of a Perfect War|
by Alison Johnson (Author)
From the Back Cover
Alison Johnson has successfully captured on paper the plight and pain of these
--Congressman Christopher Shays
Her book should find a wide audience among veterans, their families, their
doctors, and the general public.
--James J. Tuite, III
This book champions their cause, providing compelling information on these
conditions and their possible connections to chemical injury and sensitivity.
--Lea Steele, Ph.D.
About the Author
Alison Johnson, B.A., M.A., is a graduate of Carleton College and studied
mathematics at the Sorbonne on a National Science Foundation Fellowship. She
received a master's degree in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin,
where she studied on a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, and she is currently a
freelance editor for university presses. She has produced and directed three
videos on multiple chemical sensitivity, as well as a video titled "Gulf War
Syndrome: Aftermath of a Toxic Battlefield." She has also edited a book titled
"Casualties of Progress: Personal Histories from the Chemically Sensitive."
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: M C S Information Exchange (February 21, 2001)