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Missiles, men and Armageddon

August 5, 1983

The Rockies and Great Plains are home to virtually all of the United States' land-based nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).

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Missiles, men and Armageddon
The Rockies and Great Plains are home to virtually all of the United States' land-based nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).
Hanford and INEL: Building bombs in the Rockies
What this administration needs now -- according to its spokesman -- is a good $4 billion tritium producer to help produce enough strategic fuel for the neutron bomb, the cruise missile, the MX and the other additions to the nuclear arsenal.

News

WPPSS, there goes another billion
The Washington Public Power Supply System continued to shudder toward total collapse when formal default was recently declared on $2.25 billion in bonds issued to finance construction of two now-terminated nuclear power plants.
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