The Aftermath of the Palomares Nuclear Accident

By Barbara Moran | May 1, 2009

Anxious to bolster public confidence after the worst nuclear weapons accident in
history, in 1966 u.S. officials went to extraordinary lengths to keep the
delicate peace the public had made with nuclear weapons.

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