Nuclear America: Military and Civilian Nuclear Power in the United States, 1940-1980

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Abelson, Philip, 228
Acheson, Dean G.: Baruch Plan, 95, 97
international control, 90, 92-94
NSC-68, 134-137
thermonuclear weapons, 132-133
view of the Soviets, 133
Acheson-Lilienthal Plan, 91-94
Adams, James, 381
Adams, Sherman, 152, 163
Adamson, Ernie, 113
Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards, 127, 194, 287, 346, 372
Aerojet Nuclear, 286, 371-372, 373
Afghanistan, 437
Aiken, George, 221
Alamogordo, 50-51, 74
Alekseyev, Nikolai, 327
Allison, Royal, 326
Allison, Samuel K., 103, 106
Alperovitz, Gar, 66-67
alpha emissions, 9
Alsop, Joseph, 164
Alsop, Stewart, 254-257
Alsos, 39-40
Alvarez, Luis, 34, 147
Amax Uranium Corp., 366
American Nuclear Society, 354
American Physical Society, 375
American Salt Co., 362
American Security Council, 417-418
American University speech, 268
Anderson, Clinton, 194-196, 211, 217, 346, 376
Anderson, Herbert, 109
Anderson, Sir John, 47
Anderson, Rudolph, 255
Angola, 400
Arab oil embargo, 280-281
Archer, Victor, 368
Argentina, 445
Argonne National Laboratory, 30, 119-120, 286
Armand, Louis, 275
Armed Forces Special Weapons Project, 123
Armendariz, Pedro, 208
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 394
Aston, Francis, 13
Atlas missile, 163, 172, 246
atmospheric weapons tests, 183, 201-229
Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, 104
Atomic Development Authority, 92-93, 95
Atomic Energy Act ( 1946), 112-115, 119, 178, 181-183, 284
Atomic Energy Act ( 1954), 185-188, 190, 194, 197
Atomic Energy Commission: abolition of, 359, 376
atmospheric weapons tests, 201-229, 442-444

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