It’s about power: not just generation of electricity. The story of nuclear power is one of citizen power: big money and tremendous political power on one side and average citizens organizing at the local level on the other. And guess what; despite the odds, the informed citizens often won. There’s a new book just out, called To the Village Square: From Montague to Fukushima, 1975-2014. The photos are by Lionel Delevingne with an introduction by Burt’s guest Anna Gyrogy, long time veteran of the anti-nuclear movement and author of NO NUKES: Everyone’s Guide to Nuclear Power. People these days may not think they have real political power, but they do. It’s quite a story, listen in!

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