I've not read the book, but I wonder on which side he comes down?
I have posted about a local 'fluoride war'.
Want to read a balanced book? Give a read to The Fluoride Wars. It's written by two scientists, R. Allan Freeze (one of the world's foremost hydrogeologists and environmental consultants) and Jay H. Lehr. [Note: I have criticized Lehr before but this is a topic - water quality - about which he knows something and it is not a 'rant'.]
Thanks to Documentary Den for the video.
"The Fluoride Wars concludes with an appeal for the two warring sides to sit down and talk. Although this suggestion almost certainly will be ignored, Freeze and Lehr have set an admirable example of measured analysis and stimulating writing." - from a review by Brian Martin that appeared at Amazon.com and in the Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 2010, 84: 314-315