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

Fall-out and candor
170
United States Atomic Energy Commission, Radioactive pollution, Radiation (Physiological effects)
Hydrogen-uranium bomb
171
Hydrogen bombs (Testing), Radiation (Physiological effects)
Civilian behavior under atomic bombardment
173
Civil defense, Disasters, Hiroshima (Japan), Nagasaki (Japan)
Dispersion along the Mohawk
178
Mohawk Association of Scientists and Engineers, Decentralization in management, Schenectady (N.Y.)
Titan chained
180
Proposal for a United nations commission to study the problem of h-bomb tests
185
Nuclear weapons (Testing), Radiation (Physiological effects)
Letter from London
187
Great Britain Parliament, Hydrogen bombs
Is there a dividing line?
192
Nuclear warfare
Loyalty and U.S. public health service grants
196
United States Public Health Service, Scientists' Committee on Loyalty and Security, Loyalty-security program (U.S.)
Bill to amend the Immigration and nationality act
199
Immigration and emigration

Candor in Congress
181
Estes Kefauver; 1903-1963, United States Atomic Energy Commission, Government investigations, Radiation (Physiological effects)

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