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  1. AEC Authorization H.R. — Public Law , approved September 26, Authorizes total appropriations of $,, for the Atomic Energy Commission. An important item included in this authorization is $ million for the linear electron accelerator at Stanford and the balance is new construction funds for 40 AEC projects.
  2. Atomics International was a division of the North American Aviation company (later acquired by the Rockwell International company) which engaged principally in the early development of nuclear technology and nuclear reactors for both commercial and government applications. Atomics International was responsible for a number of accomplishments relating to nuclear energy: design, construction .
  3. Atomic Energy Commission Meeting May 28, A.M., Wednesday, May 28, , Room A, Germantown, Maryland.
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  5. The pressure led to a mental breakdown, and Clarke was found walking down the streets of Los Angeles in his business suit, ranting loudly at passerbies and uttering threats to his lawyer. Before his breakdown, Clarke had built an experimental suit of lightweight, magnetically-assembled, power armour.
  6. 21st Century Nuclear Deterrence. In light of the realities of the contemporary threat environment, the NPR presents an assessment of US nuclear policy that is consistent with past US policy by placing priority on the need to deter potential adversaries, assure allies and partners, and hedge against future risks, while also seeking greater cooperation where possible in support of arms.
  7. A Bill for the Development and Control of Atomic Energy. Parts (complete). pages. 8vo, printed self-wrappers, stapled. Washington, D.C.: USGPO. QCU5 This is the first printing of the famous "Atomic Energy Act of ," which defined U.S. nuclear policy until Very scarce.
  8. Atomic Energy Commission, U.S. federal civilian agency established by the Atomic Energy Act, which was signed into law by President Harry S. Truman on Aug. 1, , to control the development and production of nuclear weapons and to direct the research and development of peaceful uses of nuclear.

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