We're right. They're wrong

May 1977
New Republic;5/14/77, Vol. 176 Issue 20, p2
Supports U.S. President Jimmy Carter's rejection of the so-called fast-breeder reactor, a kind of perpetual motion energy machine which is claimed to be the answer to energy problems of the world. Principle and processes involved in the use of fast-breeder reactor; List of European countries in favor of the energy source; Environmental and safety concerns on the use of the fast-breeder reactor that rely on nuclear energy.


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