A Book By Alan Snitow & Deborah Kaufman, with Michael Fox. Jossey-Bass, an imprint of Wiley & Sons, 2007, Cloth, 275 pages
Beginning where the documentary film leaves off, Thirst investigates eight recent high-profile controversies over the corporate takeover of water in the United States and illuminates how and why ordinary people are fighting back both here and abroad. Engrossing and alarming, these character-based stories focus on citizen battles to maintain public control of local water systems and on struggles to challenge the bottled water industry.
2008 Nautilus Book Awards Gold Winner – Conscious Media/Journalism
“A riveting and engaging account.”
Carl Pope, Sierra Club
“Passionate…every American should read it.” Maude Barlow, United Nations Senior Advisor on Water
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