;#Faculty News;# | New York Times | 28 Oct 2012
From Calm Leadership, Lasting Change
by Nancy Koehn
She was a slight, soft–spoken woman who preferred walking the Maine shoreline to stalking the corridors of power. And yet Rachel Carson, the author of "Silent Spring," played a central role in starting the environmental movement, by forcing government and business to confront the dangers of pesticides.

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