Pollution in Beijing Has Soared to 25 Times Higher Than Levels Deemed Safe!
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President Nixon may not have been the best president America has had, but he at least did one thing right. In 1970, Nixon signed an executive order to create the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). From 1971 to 1977, the EPA hired freelance photographers to capture the damage pollution caused to the country and, into the late '70s, how the EPA helped to clear it up. In 2011, the US National Archives made over 15,000 digital copies from those original photos for the series “Documerica.”
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