Anne Waldman Papers (1945-2012, bulk 1965-2000)
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   Container / Location    Title
 
Nuclear Information Series
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"Hot Spots" in Prospect for America: Nuclear Plans for Chicago and the Connecticut River Valley,  1967
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How Safe Are "Plowshare" Atomic Blasts?,  1967
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How to Use Government Statistics to Find Local Health Patterns,  1967
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The Pollution of Waterways by Atomic Wastes,  1967
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Tampering With the Food We Eat,  1967
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The Weekend New York Almost Lost: The Irresponsible Nuclear Policy of Large City Governments,  1967
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Atoms on the Campus: The Universities' Part in the Promotion of Atomic Energy,  1969
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The Montrose Catastrophe: Outbreak of Cancer Deaths Downwind from Indian Point Atomic Power Plant,  1969
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Should a College Allow a Nuclear Reactor on its Campus?,  1969
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Without Consent of the People: The Irresponsible Siting, Standards, and Wastes of Atomic Power,  1970
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A Report to the People On the Need to Curb Official Abuse of the American Public Hearing System; With Notes on Effects of Atomic Development Observed in other Countries,  1971
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Should a Nuclear Research Reactor Be Allowed on a College Campus?,  1971
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The Forgotten Citizen: Victim or Decision-Maker?,  1972
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The Nuclear Fuel: Root of the Atomic Problem,  1972
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A City Polluted By Nuclear Power: A Multi-Billion World Fiasco, 1973[Cincinnati]
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The Time Bomb at Indian Point: The Unpredictable Human Costs of a Nuclear Installation,  1973