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Rolling down the road -- the invisible network of nuclear transport

May 29, 1981

The U.S. Department of Energy makes so many secret shipments of nuclear weapons components each year that there are a likely a dozen or more convoys on the road on some days.

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Rolling down the road -- the invisible network of nuclear transport
The U.S. Department of Energy makes so many secret shipments of nuclear weapons components each year that there are a likely a dozen or more convoys on the road on some days.

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Reagan budget hits Indian self-sufficiency
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