Seabrook Station: Citizen Politics and Nuclear Power


The 1972 decision of the Public Service Company of New Hampshire to build twin nuclear reactors in a salt marsh in Seabrook, New Hampshire, set off a prolonged, expensive, and bitter battle, from which few emerged with honor and none with victory. This book provides a lucid and detailed account of that struggle.

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