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used in Burned by Ellen Hopkins

6 uses
  • This book is fiction, but much in it is true—in particular, the stories about nuclear issues in Nevada.
  • I sat, fascinated, as Aunt J remembered: In the 1950s the U.S. government detonated nuclear weapons aboveground, down at the test site near Vegas.
  • Now the rest of the country wants Nevada to take its nuclear waste?
  • We don't even use nuclear power.
  • That's where they'll run their nuclear waste shipments.
  • Those "downwinders" still alive—and their children—suffer health problems directly related to the aboveground nuclear testing that took place at the Nevada Test Site in the middle part of the twentieth century.

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