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... Following the 2011 Japanese nuclear accidents, activists who were involved in the movement’s emergence (such as Graham Nash and Paul Gunter), suggest that Japan ... say, is "...not just to block the Obama administration’s push for new nuclear construction, but to convince Americans that existing plants pose dangers." In March 2011, 600 people gathered ... The demonstration was held to show support for the thousands of Japanese people who are endangered by possible radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster ...
... Post war claims that the Japanese nuclear research and development efforts were near completion, and therefore justified an attack, were not true ... has been refuted by historians, who have found that the Japanese nuclear program was comparably undeveloped, even in comparison to the German nuclear energy ... Anders appeared in the journal Military Affairs "Journalist Wilcox' book describes the Japanese wartime atomic energy projects ...
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