NUCLEAR POWER: Campaigning for an Embattled Cause

Young, casual and appealing, a group of three men and a woman swept through half a dozen college campuses in Wisconsin last week, taking to the rostrums to advance a seriously embattled cause: nuclear power. The soft-sell evangelists, who go under the name of Campus America, are engineers and scientists employed by Westinghouse Electric Corp., a major builder of atomic plants. All volunteers, they receive only traveling expenses for their proselytizing efforts around the country. Yet in the year or so that the show has been on the road. Campus America has become...

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