The anti-nuclear game

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University of Ottawa Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 285 pages
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In a powerful, persuasive defence of the nuclear power industry, Gordon Sims contends that anti-nuclear forces have been consistently frightening the public with misguided and inaccurate claims about the hazards of nuclear power.

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CHAPTER 7
23
CHAPTER 8
194
CHAPTER 9
279
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About the author (1990)

Gordon H. E. Sims has his M.A. from Carleton University. He has been active in the Canadian Nuclear industry for 30 years, as a policy advisor to the Department of Energy, Mines, and Resources. Among his publications is "A History of the Atomic Energy Control Board".

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