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List of books about nuclear issues

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List of books about nuclear issues

The expanding fireball from the "Badger" United States nuclear test.
The decommissioned Trojan Nuclear power plant.
President Jimmy Carter in Pennsylvania following the Three Mile Island accident in 1979
Stewart Brand wearing a shirt bearing the radioactive trefoil symbol with the caption
Stewart Brand at a 2010 debate, "Does the world need nuclear energy?"[1]

Ranger Uranium Mine complex in Australia

This is a list of books about nuclear issues. They are non-fiction books which relate to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear power.

See also


  1. ^ "Stewart Brand + Mark Z. Jacobson: Debate: Does the world need nuclear energy?".  

External links

  • ALSOS Digital Library for Nuclear Issues
  • Bibliography: The Atomic Bomb
  • Nuclear Reader
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