Meanwhile, in the Soviet Union…

Lepkowski, Wil
February 1979
National Review;2/2/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p168
The article comments on the state of nuclear power and energy policy in the Soviet Union in 1979. The author presents his observations on the Soviet nuclear program as a part of the first American press tour of centers of nuclear energy in the country. He cites his views on the dynamic nature of the Soviet nuclear program, as well as his safety concerns regarding waste disposal and nuclear proliferation.


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