Counterattack for Seabrook

July 1977
Time;7/11/1977, Vol. 110 Issue 2, p82
The article offers information on the demonstrations of the groups who favor and oppose the Seabrook nuclear power plant construction on the New Hampshire coast. It says that the New Hampshire Voice of Energy, a pro-Seabrook group held a protest in the streets of Manchester, New Hampshire. It says that the demonstrators who are comprise of utility employees, electricians, and plumbers, were greeted by New Hampshire Governor Meldrim Thomson Jr. Meanwhile, it mentions that environmental group Clamshell Alliance, which occupied the power plant site in May 1977, also plans marches. Moreover, Clamshell Alliance spokesman Harvey Wasserman asserts that they would not allow the construction of the plant since their survival depends on it.


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