Reese, Charlotte; Green, Robert C.; Grundy, Susan; Van Voorhis, Steven C.; Phillips, Warren W.; Sobkowiak, Catherine A.; Haworth, Russell C.; Treherne, John; Smith, Susan B.; Savage, Albert W.; Schumacher, Carl P.; Klicar, Ann; Egusa, Susan; Haltbakk, Leslie; Schafer, Daniel S.; Martin, Merle; Weil, Herbert; Pummill, Brian S.; Shepard, Dwight; Clark, Robert P.
April 1979
Time;4/30/1979, Vol. 113 Issue 18, p4
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including one on the accident at Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant in the April 9, 1979 issue, one on the seriousness of the energy situation as claimed by U.S. President Jimmy Carter in the April 16, 1979 issue, and one on the admission procedures at Brown University in the April 9, 1979 issue.


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