Three Mile Island: Fallout of Fear

April 1983
Time;4/11/1983, Vol. 121 Issue 15, p74
The article reports on the anxieties in communities in Pennsylvania which were rooted from the 1979 nuclear power accident in Three Mile Island. According to New York University psychologist, Robert Holt, the communities felt threatened by Three Mile Island. Pastor David Newhart asserted that the argument of the husband and wife on the plan of relocating caused great problems. The communities were greatly opposing the reopening of an undamaged unit on the island.


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