Critical Masses: Opposition to Nuclear Power in California, 1958-1978

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Univ of Wisconsin Press, 1998 - 333 pages
The grassroots battle against nuclear power, told by a historian who did time on both sides of the issue. CRITICAL MASSES tells how the citizens of California--from the tiny town of Wasco in the Central Valley to the vast suburbs of Los Angeles--challenged the threat of nuclear power, transformed the anti-nuclear movement, and helped change the face of U.S. politics. 21 photos.
 

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The Battle for Bodega Bay 19581964
17
Illustrations
19
Jean Kortum and David Pesonen
39
Poster for Bodega Bay Benefit
45
Picketing at PGEs headquarters 5253
52
PGE construction site at Bodega Bay harbor
58
The Rise of Environmental Opposition
68
Nipomo Dunes
76
Project Survival Demonstration
160
Supporters of Proposition 15
168
The California
173
Environmental Impact Report on Sundesert project
185
Counting signatures of supporters of the Sundesert project
203
Stick It in L A Community Control and Nuclear
207
San Joaquin Nuclear Project
218
Community meeting on the San Joaquin Nuclear Project
233

Diablo Canyon
84
Diablo Canyon construction site
93
Ed Koupal
154
Notes
253
Index
325
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