Giving Claiborne Parish the business

Holman, Blan
May 1994
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;May/Jun1994, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p53
Investigates plans of a consortium including three United States utilities to build a commercial uranium enrichment plant in Claiborne Parish, Louisiana. Community activists waging a historic fight against the plant; The particular interest of each member of the Louisiana Energy consortium in the plant; How commercial enrichment plants work; Licensing problems; Questions of environmental racism. INSET: Nuclear cheerleading (Senator J. Bennett Johnston), by B.H..


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