Sample of Articles on this case:


    David Talbot, "Suit Claims Texaco Polluted Ecuador," The Boston Sunday Herald, August 29, 1999, page 1.

    Eyal Press, "Texaco On Trial", The Nation, May 31, 1999.

    Diana Jean Schemo, "Ecuadoreans Want Texaco to Clear Toxic Residue", The New York Times, February 1, 1998.

    Laurie Goering, "Pollution test case pits Ecuadorans against U.S. firm", Chicago Tribune, June 25, 1996, p. A1.

    Jack Epstein, "Rain Forest Dwellers Suing Texaco", San Francisco Chronicle, August 29, 1995, p. A1.

    Katherine Ellison, "Taking On Big Oil", The Miami Herald, August 20, 1995, p. A1

    Michael Parish and William R. Long, "Villagers Standing Up to Big Oil", Los Angeles Times, November 6, 1994.

    David Holmstrom, "Texaco Has Left Ecuador, But Its Impact Remains", Christian Science Monitor, March 25, 1994, p. 8.



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