By Tim Morse. New Solutions: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy. 1998.
This survey provides a sweeping analysis of the right-to-know movement in America. The paper is largely focused on the OSHA Hazard Communication standard and the drawn out policy dispute that surrounded the regulation. Local right-to-know laws are briefly touched upon as well, chiefly the groundbreaking Philadelphia act. The shifting attitude of the chemical industry is explored with great depth.