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Inside Story: Nuclear Power and the Press #907316

PBS Special for Friday, Mar 02, 1984

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An investigation into why there has not been more media coverage on the construction of the nuclear power plant, Palo Verde, being built in Arizona. A showcase of how the press and the A.P.S. Corporation know little about how to handle each other. Hosted by Hodding Carter.

With comments by Duke Tully, Jana Bonnersbach, Mark De Michele, Howard Fischer, Keith Bagwell, Walter Mattern, Victor Dricks, Keith Turley, Steve Benson, Max Jennings, Cecil Tuck, Av Westin, and Ed Van Brunt.


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