"A persuasive if discouraging argument that nuclear power offers different but no less nasty environmental problems than burning hydrocarbons."
Emerging from its 20-year, post-Chernobyl recession, the nuclear-power industry is building new plants around the world—a terrible idea according to this angry, intensively researched, unsympathetic analysis.
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