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Now Comes The Fallout The White House and Congress reappraise nuclear safety

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April 1979
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Article
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The article reports that the White House and the Congress have reappraised nuclear safety due to the Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant in Pennsylvania. It states that President Jimmy Carter has announced that he will appoint an independent commission to look into the accident and make recommendations for improving the safety of all nuclear plants. It notes that the preliminary findings of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) shows that human errors have caused the breakdown at the reactor.
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53524444

 

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