Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
  

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Contents

Secrecy, security, and loyalty
105
Internal security, Loyalty-security program (U.S.)
Security and science sacrificed to loyalty
106
Freedom of science, Scientists, American
Realism and common sense in security policy
110
Communists
Loyalty-security measures and employment opportunities
113
Employees (Qualifications)
Unsystematic security system
118
Harold P. GREEN
Observations in the relations between science and the state
141
Science (History), Science and state, Scientists, American
Task of the security officer
145
Security guards
Fort Monmouth one year later
148
Scientists' Committee on Loyalty and Security, Army-McCarthy controversy, 1954
Some individual cases
151
Scientists' Committee on Loyalty and Security, Scientists, American, Loyalty-security program (U.S.)
Security requirements for government employment
156
Government employees (Appointment, qualifications, etc)

Impact of government information and security controls on competitive industry
123
Nuclear energy (Laws and regulations), Classified information
Control of information under the atomic energy act of 1954
128
Nuclear energy (Laws and regulations)
AEC security program: past and present
131
United States Atomic Energy Commission, Nuclear energy (Laws and regulations)
Impact of the loyalty-security measures on the State department
134
United States Dept. of State
AEC criteria for security clearance
159
United States Atomic Energy Commission, Loyalty-security program (U.S.)
British view of American security policy
161
Great Britain and the United States
What is a security risk?
163
Subversive activities
Toward a positive security program
165
John B. PHELPS

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