b'P ROVING THE P RINCIPLE19. (Regroup quotation) JCAE, Hearings on Hough, governors office, from Nolan 6. Holl, Argonne, 230-231.AEC Authorizing Legislation, Fiscal Year Hancock, Oil, Chem and Atomic Workers 7. Holl, Argonne, 231.1968, 761. International Union, Dec 30, 1971, BSU Ms. 8. AEC Reports on Current Fast Reactor20. Samuel J. Wa lk e r, Containing the A t o m, 144. 141-3, Box 91, File 6.Technology, Nucleonics(April 1966): 19.For a review of Advisory Committee on 30. (Blame Phillips) Gillette, Nuclear Safety 9. Holl, Argonne, 231-32.Reactor Safety views on China Syndrome, (II): The Years of Delay, 869; (earlysee David Okrent, On the History of the research independence) Rolph, Nuclear 10. (Brady editorials), Orval Hansen, interviewEvolution of Light Water Reactor Safety in Power and the Public Safety, 68. with author, July 1, 1998.the United States(Los Angeles: Okrent, circa 31.(Stake) Bill Ginkel, personal communication 11. Telegram to Frank Church, Len B. Jordan,1978), p. 2-173 ff.to author, July 13, 1999; (name change) and Ralph Harding from Governor Robert21. (Quotation) Bill Ginkel, Presentation, to Gillette, The Fall of Phillips Nuclear, 868.Smylie, April 16, 1964, IHS, Ms. AR2/23,Consolidation Study Group, March 11, 32. (Gillette quotation) Nuclear Safety (I): The Box 17, File: Atomic Energy 63-64.1969; Gillette, The Fall of Phillips Roots of Dissent, Science, p. 773; (Leeper 12. IDO news release, September 15, 1965,Nuclear, Science, p. 868. quotation), same article, p. 774. In addition BSU, Ms. 6, Box 141, File 9; (long shot)22. (Breeder) Robert Gillette, Nuclear Safety to the four-part series published in Science The Research Yeast, editorial, Post-(III): Critics Charge Conflicts of Interest, on September 1, 8, 15, and 22, 1972, Gillette Register(May 9, 1965), 4.Science, (September 15, 1972): 970; wrote Nuclear Reactor Safety: At the AEC 13. To Governor Smylie from N.K. Sowards,(quotation) to Jordan from T.G. Taxelius, the Way of the Dissenter is Hard, which Asst. Mgr,Aerojet, June 7, 1965; and toSeptember 18, 1970, BSU, Ms. 6, Box 174, appeared in Science(May 5, 1972):492-498, Governor Smylie from Fred Rooney, MayFile 31; to Edward J. Bauser from Donald and discusses the hearing underway at the 25, 1965, IHS, Papers of Gov. Samuelson,Kull, November 17, 1970, BSU Ms. 6, Box time on LOCAs and ECCS. Box 50, File: Nuclear File from Smylie,174, File 31. 33. EG&G, Five Year Report, 76/81(Idaho 1965.23. Robert Gillette, Nuclear Safety (I): The Falls: EG&G, 1982), 14; EG&G News 14. Robb Brady, The Research Yeast, Post-Roots of Dissent, Science(September 1, Release, New ATR Operation Record Register, May 9, 1965, 4; Additional NRTS1972): 773; (Post-Registerquotation) The Established, December 23, 1981. Siting Information for the 200 BevatronLayoff and Our Deeper Throes, editorial, Accelerator, June 11, 1965, and letter toPost-Register, circa 1970, p. 4, undated C H A P T E R N I N ET E E N W.L. Robison from Senator Leonard Jordan,news clipping in IHS Ms. 400, Box 16, File August 5, 1965, in BSU Ms. 6, Box 141,9/I Atomic Energy Commission; (Andrus Epigraph: Governor, Commission Size Atom File 10; IDO Press Release, September 15,quotation) to Jordan from Andrus, Goals, Post-Register, September 20, 1967. 1965, and letter to Idaho AcceleratorNovember 2, 1971, BSU Ms. 6, Box 181, 1. (FARETcanceled) AEC Kills Argonnes Committee from F.S. Rooney, September 20,File 11. FARET in favor of Fast Flux Test Facility, 1965, in BSU Ms. 6, Box 141, File 9; AEC24. To Orval Hansen from Chuck Rice, Sept 22, Nucleonics Week(December 2, 1965). Press Release, March 22, 1966, in BSU Ms.1970, IHS, Ms. 400, Box 16, File 9/I AEC. 2. Holl, Anders, Buck, Civilian Nuclear Policy, 6, Box 148, File 1.25. Walker, Containing the Atom, 177. U.S. 6. The Price-Anderson amendment to the 15. Robb Brady, Idahos Post-AcceleratorDOE, Comprehensive Facility and Land Use Atomic Energy Act capped the coverage for Briefing, Post-Register, March 23, 1966, 4;Plan, INEL, Report No. DOE/ID-10514 a nuclear accident at $560 million. The letter to Frederick Seitz from Emanual(Idaho Falls: IDO, 1995), 185. government supplied $500 million of the Piore, March 23, 1966, in BSU Ms. 6, Box26. Gillette, Nuclear Safety (III): Critics insurance at a nominal cost, while private 148, File 1.Charge Conflicts of Interest,companies supplied the remaining $60 16. Executive Order, Nuclear Science andScience, 974. million at standard rates. Industry Advisory Committee, April 27,27. Rolfe, Nuclear Power and the Public Safety, 3. See EBR-II Since 1984, p. 26-29 for 1966, in Idaho State Library Government93. See also letter to Robert Hollingsworth operating data on EBR-II reactor.According Documents (the list of appointees includedfrom Orval Hansen, Nov 19, 1971, IHS Ms. to Richard Lindsay, a water cooled reactor F.H. Anderson, NRTS, and Wayne Bills,400, Box 16,21, File: Dept Atomic Energy can make plutonium, but not with enough AEC); Pamphlet Nuclear Energy inCommission. The Union of Concerned efficiency to make recycling economic for Washington StateThe Nuclear ProgressScientists attacked the Interim Criteria and more than about one recycle.State, Office of Nuclear Energythe Semiscale tests that supported them 4. William Lanouette, Dream Machine, Development, no date, in IHS, Samuelsonbecause they were not conservative enough. Atlantic Monthly(April 1983): 45. Papers, Box 50, File: Nuclear28. Aerojet Nuclear Company, A Historical Miscellaneous, 1960s.Brief of the LOFT Reactor, 4. 5. There were several types of breeders. Using 17. Industrial Development Division of thecombinations of uranium and thorium, the Department of Commerce, Idaho Industrial29. (No fabricators) Gillette, Nuclear Safety concepts had in common the conversion of Opportunities(Boise: Department of(II): The Years of Delay, Science, 870; otherwise useless metals into new Commerce, 1966), 4; Legislature StudiesAerojet Nuclear Company, A Historical fissionable fuel. See Lanouette, Dream Idahos New Atomic Mission, Post-Brief of the LOFT Reactor, 5; to John Machine, 36.29 6'