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List of Illustrations Preface Introduction 1. Valet Parking 2. A Carpet of Containers 3. Moving Cans 4. The Landlord 5. The Diesel Death Zone 6. The Union 7. The Employers 8. The Importer 9. The Shipper 10. Los Troqueros 11. The Hold Men 12. The Women 13. The Clerk 14. Security 15. The New Normal 16. Hawse Piper References Index
Bill Sharpsteen is a writer and photographer based in Los Angeles. He is the author of Dirty Water: One Man's Fight to Clean Up One of the World's Most Polluted Bays (UC Press), and his articles have appeared in the Los Angeles Times Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, and The Washington Post. He is also an award-winning documentary producer.
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