EDITOR'S NOTE: HCN's secret past

Larmer, Paul
September 2006
High Country News;9/4/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 16, p2
The author discusses the existence of the journal. According to him, the founder of the journal claimed that its beingness has rooted to the nuclear industry. The publication was supposed to end but because of the founder's uranium claims, mortgaged ranch and a steady stream of $10 and $20 checks from the readers, he was able to continue the journal's publication. Moreover, the founder cited the uranium fever which is once again engulfed the masses, making his business remains its stillness.


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