More Nukes!

Bethell, Tom
September 2005
American Spectator;Sep2005, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p42
Focuses on the status of nuclear power in the U.S. Effects of increasing price of oil and natural gas on nuclear power; Comparison between nuclear power and nuclear weapons; Link between plutonium and cancer.


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