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Atomic energy and society : An appraisal of the conflict between monopoly-military interests and the social use of atomic energy / by James S. Allen.

By: Allen, James S [author].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : International Publishers, 1949Description: 95 pages ; 21 cm.Subject(s): Nuclear energy | Nuclear industryDDC classification: 541.2
Partial contents:
Preface -- I. Potential of atomics -- II. Militarized atomics -- III. The monopolized atom -- IV. Atomic power -- V. Atomics and the state power industry -- VI. Basis of atomic competition -- VII. Challenge of atomics -- References notes.
Summary: "This is a preliminary attempt to assess the social significance of atomics. I use the term atomics to designate the new technology for the production and utilization of nuclear fuel... In this small book, attention is directed to the economic and political forces which affect the application and development of atomics." -- From the preface.
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HD 9698 .A2 A6 1949 (Browse shelf) Not For Loan NPML19080925

Includes bibliographical references (p. 93-95).

Preface -- I. Potential of atomics -- II. Militarized atomics -- III. The monopolized atom -- IV. Atomic power -- V. Atomics and the state power industry -- VI. Basis of atomic competition -- VII. Challenge of atomics -- References notes.

"This is a preliminary attempt to assess the social significance of atomics. I use the term atomics to designate the new technology for the production and utilization of nuclear fuel... In this small book, attention is directed to the economic and political forces which affect the application and development of atomics." -- From the preface.

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