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Atomic States of America: The Rise and Fall of Nuclear Energy

Saturday, November 23, 2013 By Staff, Making Contact National Radio Project | Report
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While countries like Japan, Italy and Germany begin to phase out their use of nuclear energy, the US aims to build the first new nuclear power plant in nearly thirty years. We hear excerpts from the film The Atomic States of America , which chronicles the rise of nuclear energy, the high price some communities have paid for it, and how the U.S. is pushing to redefine nuclear as green to meet our energy demand.

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Atomic States of America: The Rise and Fall of Nuclear Energy

Saturday, November 23, 2013 By Staff, Making Contact National Radio Project | Report
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While countries like Japan, Italy and Germany begin to phase out their use of nuclear energy, the US aims to build the first new nuclear power plant in nearly thirty years. We hear excerpts from the film The Atomic States of America , which chronicles the rise of nuclear energy, the high price some communities have paid for it, and how the U.S. is pushing to redefine nuclear as green to meet our energy demand.

This piece was reprinted by Truthout with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source.