In This Issue
The Future of Nuclear Energy
September 1, 2001 Volume 31 Issue 3
Articles In This Issue
  • Saturday, September 1, 2001
    AuthorGail H. Marcus

    After many years of reduced research activity, the status of nuclear energy is changing dramatically. Many of us in the field have envied those who pioneered the development of the industry when nuclear power was a technological frontier. Very recently, however, the situation has changed, and ...

  • Saturday, September 1, 2001
    AuthorPete V. Domenici

    The subject of this symposium, "Nuclear Power: The Option for the 21st Century?" is very much like the subject of the national dialogue I called for in a speech I delivered at Harvard in October 1997. In that talk, I called for a national evaluation of the role of nuclear energy and ...

  • Saturday, September 1, 2001
    AuthorCorbin A. McNeill, Jr.

    The future of nuclear energy is one of the most important topics facing our nation today. To see how important, all you have to do is pick up a newspaper. For weeks now we’ve seen stories almost every day about the energy problems in California. Although some aspects of the current ...

  • Saturday, September 1, 2001
    AuthorJohn F. Ahearne

    In the past few years, there has been a resurgence of interest in nuclear power in the United States. Once advocated by very few, nuclear power is now being endorsed in the political arena, the marketplace, and the public-policy community. In the political arena, Senator Pete Domenici has long ...