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A Brighter Tomorrow: Fulfilling the Promise of Nuclear Energy

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The book takes a proactive and, at times, provocative look at nuclear power and argues that it is the source of energy for the future of the United States. Senator Pete V. Domenici (R-New Mexico) will argue that after weighing the costs and benefits of all other legitimate forms of energy production (coal, oil, wind, hydro) nuclear power will not only reduce American depen ...more
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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GREAT! If you like politics and nuclear energy you will love this book. From one of the greatest US Senators Pete V Domenici.
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