May 15, 1975: Is Nuclear Power Safe? presents the opinions of five concerned spokesmen focusing on various aspects of this timely question.
Daniel Ford — Executive Director, Union of Concerned Scientists
Craig Hosmer — former Representative (R-CA)
Ralph E. Lapp — physicist and nuclear consultant
Lawrence I. Moss — nuclear engineer
Ralph Nader — consumer advocate
Melvin R. Laird
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