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Do We Need Nuclear Power?
Aired 1/9/1999

Nuclear power and political power are closely linked. Now, with the argument about global warming heating up, and planners looking for cleaner power, Think Tank asks, is nuclear power too clean to fail?
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  Arjun Makhijani
    President of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research
  Dale Klein
    professor of engineering at the University of Texas
  Victor Gilinsky
    former commissioner of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, consultant in the energy field

Originally Aired: 1/9/1999

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