Environmental Case for Nuclear Power: Economic, Medical, and Political Considerations

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Paragon House, Jul 1, 2000 - Political Science - 208 pages
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Morris, a retired chemistry teacher, argues against opponents of nuclear power, saying they overestimate its danger. He compares fossil fuels and nuclear power, asserting that nuclear power offers a vast potential improvement over toxic pollution by fossil fuel use, while arguing that other alternat

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Robert C. Morris received his Ph.D. in Science Education and is a retired Chemistry teacher, Educational Consultant and former Chairman of the Science Department for Illinois High School District 88. Morris is a recipient of the American Chemical Society Award for outstanding work in chemical education, received honorable mention in the National Science Teachers Association's program to select the U.S. science teacher of the year, and was a four-time recipient of National Science Foundation grants.

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