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Why was the marine biologist Rachel Carson's ideas about pesticides initially opposed?

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    The people who used pesticides to control insects didn't know any other way to control them. Manufacturers who made pesticides were powerful voices against Carson's ideas. They would lose money if people didn't use their pesticides.

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