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Anna Egelhoff is a graphic designer currently residing in Minneapolis. Outside of work and school, Anna finds passion in collecting too many cookbooks, baking French desserts, hand-drawing typography and making the perfect mix CD for every season.
Last tango for nuclear?
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- the state of nukes in the United States.
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: If we really want to change the world, we must first be willing to test our own beliefs.
Revival, long goodbye or state-aided life support: The US nuclear power industry today
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