America's conspiracy to buy world uranium stocks

Anderson, Ian
June 1991
New Scientist;6/8/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1772, p16
Asserts that, according to writer Stanley Goldberg, US military officials tried to buy much of the world's supply of uranium after World War II, without the knowledge of Congress. Goldberg's research on a biography of General Leslie Groves, head of the Manhattan Project; Mysterious check for $12.5 million; Preventing other countries from making an atomic bomb.


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