…This is an important and timely addition to the conversation surrounding U.S. agriculture. It is a welcome antidote to the antipolitics of the food reform movement.—Madeleine Fairbairn, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Rural Sociology—
Harrison does an excellent job of explaining why pesticide regulation and activism has failed to curb pesticide drift…[T]he book provides an important contribution to sociological thinking about environmental justice, helping readers to better expose the assumptions that underlie unjust systems.
—Alison Hope Alkon
, American Journal of Sociology