Politics & Government

May 27, 2008 6:36 PM

Bipartisan consensus grows to curb nuclear weapons

There are differences over how the next president should proceed, but there's agreement that the world is facing a major expansion of civilian nuclear power to meet the world's growing energy needs, so prompt action is required.

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