Schumacher, Jim 1955-
SCHUMACHER, Jim 1955-
Born 1955; married Debbie Bookchin (a journalist); children: one daughter.
Lawyer and writer. Vermont district offices of Congressman Bernie Sanders, former director; State of Vermont, former deputy state auditor.
(With wife, Debbie Bookchin) The Virus and the Vaccine: The True Story of a Cancer-causing Monkey Virus, Contaminated Polio Vaccine, and the Millions of Americans Exposed, St. Martin's Press (New York, NY), 2004.
Contributor to periodicals, including Boston Globe, Newsday, Boston (magazine), and Atlantic Monthly.
For Sidelights, see BOOKCHIN, Debbie.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 20, 2004, Mark Pendergrast, review of The Virus and the Vaccine: The True Story of a Cancer-causing Monkey Virus, Contaminated Polio Vaccine, and the Millions of Americans Exposed, section L, p. 5.
Booklist, April 1, 2004, Donna Chavez, review of The Virus and the Vaccine, p. 1339.
Lancet, July 31, 2004, Tom Curtis, review of The Virus and the Vaccine, p. 407.
Library Journal, April 15, 2004, Eris Weaver, review of The Virus and the Vaccine, p. 114.
Obesity, Fitness & Wellness Week, June 19, 2004, review of The Virus and the Vaccine, p. 981.
Publishers Weekly, March 22, 2004, review of The Virus and the Vaccine, p. 79.
Washington Post Book World, July 25, 2004, Sally Squires, review of The Virus and the Vaccine, p. T8.
Virus and the Vaccine Web site,http://www.thevirusandthevaccine.com (October 16, 2004).*
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