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Resource ID: #18248
Subject: Nuclear Energy
Source: The Nation
Date: 2001-07-12



The Nation examines the prospects for the nuclear energy industry in the future, and follows the changes in the nuclear policies of the executive and the legislative branches over the years. "While nuclear power advocates may have lost their patron saint in Pete Domenici, they see George W. Bush as the Second Coming," reports the magazine. The story looks at the factors contributing to the falling price of nuclear energy. It also examines the chances of serious accidents, and cites critics who say plants are getting less safe with age. The report compares recent nuclear energy developments amongst the U.S.A and other major producers in the world.

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