The Whistleblowers: Exposing Corruption in Government and Industry

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Index
ABC television, 176
Accreditation of Hospitals, Joint Commission on, 92
Adamkus, Valdas, 180, 182-88
Advocacy Institute, 256
Aegis cruiser, 247
Agent Orange, 231-34; class-action suit over, 232-33
Agriculture Department, U.S. (USDA), 24; health hazards ignored by, 243-46
Airborne Collision Avoidance System (ACAs), 156-57, 159
Air Force, U.S., 22, 23, 160
airplane collisions, 156-59
air pollution, 59-60
airport safety, 156-59
American Bar Association, 67
American Chemical Society, 181
American Civil Liberties Union, 37
American Federation of Government Employees, 245
American Legion, 92, 234
American Medical Association (AMA), 67, 95, 253
Amlie, Thomas, 21
Anafranil, 84-86, 91
Anderson, Jack, 48, 50, 165n, 168; autobiography of, 212-13
antinuclear groups, 28; Three Mile Island and, 30
Antioch Law School, 63
anti-Semitism, 119, 121
Antitrust and Monopoly, U.S. Senate Subcommittee on, 39
Applegate, Thomas, 30-31
Associated Milk Producers, Incorporated (AMPI), 137-42; illegal political payments from, 138; Rose blacklisted by, 139-40, 141, 222-23
Association of Mental Health Specialties, 256
Atchison, Chuck, 127, 132, 142-47; financial difficulties of, 145, 146, 227; personal safety concerns of, 145-46; as public speaker, 227‐ 28; TU settlement with, 228-29
atomic bombs, 25
Atomic Energy, Congressional Joint Committee on, 29
Atomic Energy Act, 25
Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), 25, 26-28, 60; corporations assisted by, 26-27; critics censored by, 26; health problems concealed by, 26; Silkwood and, 27; see also Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Atomic Industrial Forum, 75
Atomic Safety and Licensing Board, 228-9
authority figures, 4; moral issues and, 79-80; ordinary response to, 78
automobile safety, 59-60; design problems and, 215-16; government regulation of, 216; testing for, 215
Bard, Leon, 247-48
Basdekas, Demetrios, 72-82; background of, 72‐ 73; collegial support for, 80-81
Basdekas, Rita, 73, 76
Bates, Betsy, 189, 190
Bath Iron Works (BIW), 247-48
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), 253-54
Beacon Collision Avoidance System, 156-57
Bell, Terrell, 109-10, 111
Bernabei, Lynne, 202
Bernstein, Carl, 36
Berter, John, 247, 248-49
Berter, Sue, 145
Berube, Bert, 99-106, 224-27; background of, 99; demotion of, 100-101; ethics of, 99; MSPB ruling on, 226, 227; in private business, 226; Reagan administration and, 102; on security, 225-26; in unemployment compensation dispute, 224-25
Berube, Pat, 104-5, 106, 224-27
Bhopal disaster, 239
Black, Hugo L., 34
blacklisting, 137-47; in Atchison case, 142-47; co-workers and, 137; devastating effects of, 137; of DeVictor, 233; legal protections against, 147; in Rose case, 137-42
Board of Medical Quality Assurance, 118, 119
Boisjoly, Roger, 10, 252-53
Bowie, Norman, 4n
Bowman, James S, 6n
Boyd, James, 6, 40, 46-53, 211-14; Anderson and, 212-13; as author, 211-13; Carpenter and, 213-14; disillusionment of, 46-48
Brian-Bland, Danielle, 247
Bridenbaugh, Dale, 28-29
Brigg, Mike, 83, 85-86, 90
Brimhall, Gayle, 109, 115-16
Brookhaven National Laboratory, 75
Brothers, Betsy, 88-92; congressional testimony

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