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Nuclear Power Plants: Development & Controversy: Secondary Sources: Books & Articles

Books

C.A.R.E.: Citizen's Alliance for Reliable Energypaid for by Citizens in Support of Dry Cask Storage.
Red Wing, Minn. : C.A.R.E., 1994.
MNHS call number: TK1377.N6 C33 1994
 
A Primer on Nuclear Power, by Jack Miller
Millville, Minn.: Anvil Press, 1981.
MNHS call number: TK9145 .M5 1981
 
Energy Crisis: A Different Perspective: A Call for Change, by State Representative K.J. McDonald.
St. Paul, Minn. : K.J. McDonald, 1979.
MNHS call number: HD9502.U52 M244 1979
 
Nuclear Power and The Public, edited by Harry Foreman.
Minneapolis, Minn.: University of Minnesota Press, c1970.
MNHS call number: TK1078 .N83
 
Nuclear Power in Minnesota: The Illusory Bargain, by Jane Chinowsky and Tim Niles.
Minneapolis, Minn.: Minnesota Public Interest Research Group, 1976.
MNHS call number: TK1344 .M6 C4

Film & Video

Good Nukes, Almost Good Enough, written and documented by Shean Bjoralt, George Crocker, Bruce Drew; directed by George Crocker; produced by Kevin Petajan.
Lake Elmo, Minn.: Prairie Island Coalition, c1998.
This video questions the safety of nuclear power plants such as the Prairie Island reactors and nuclear waste storage facility in Minnesota. It focuses on five problems created by society's dependence on nuclear energy: broken reactor components, routine nuclear emissions, no safe way to manage nuclear waste, nuclear racism, and bad nuclear economics.
MNHS call number: Videotape no. 767 

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