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Nuclear Power and Energy IndependenceOctober 21st, 2008
Both presidential candidates regard nuclear energy as an important cure for all the major challenges we currently confront, but there is a great degree of disagreement as to whether nuclear energy can sustain itself in the market without government involvement. This installment of Reason Roundtable explores these issues, with essays by Reason's Shikha Dalmia, journalist and author William Tucker, and Cato Institute senior fellow Jerry Taylor.
- Politics - Not Economics - Is Hampering Nuclear Energy
People should consider nuclear as natural as the ground beneath their feet
- Going Nuclear - But Not for Energy Independence
The case for nuclear ought to depend on its market, not political, viability
- Nuclear Energy: Risky Business
Those who favor nuclear power should adopt a policy of tough love
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