What are the real dangers of nuclear power? Chernobyl graphically illustrated the potential for disaster hut what is the truth about the civil nuclear industry worldwide, especially in Britain where Peter Walker, the Energy Minister, described it in 1986 as The safest form of energy Judith Cook, award-winning journalist and author of The Price of Freedom and Who Killed Hilda Murrell?, focuses on the hazards of nuclear power. In her much-needed investigation, she looks at the industry worldwide, at the scarcely credible record of accidents, mishaps, mismanagement and political manipulation. Her account is written for the lay person who is not satisfied with bland government assurances and who wants to reach an informed opinion. Her conclusions are chilling. If you want to know the real hazards of nuclear power - what's gone wrong in the past, what could go wrong in the future - this books is essential reading.
Used availability for Judith Cook's Red Alert
January 1986 : UK Paperback