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Chip Jacobs, Tom Hayden, William J. Kelly
Moderated by Kevin Roderick
June 9, 2009

How did smog help mold the modern-day culture of Los Angeles? Join this discussion about pollution, progress and the epic struggle against airborne poisons.

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