Edwards, James
October 1981
Saturday Evening Post;Oct1981, Vol. 253 Issue 7, p46
Presents insights on the increase in the capacity of nuclear plants in generating electricity in the U.S. Forecast on the national share of kilowatt-hours supplied by nuclear power; Advantage of using nuclear power in generating electricity; Accumulation of nuclear wastes; Removal of institutional and regulatory obstacles to nuclear power by the U.S. government.


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