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Maintaining a low profile: Anti-nuclear movements and the British state

Rudig, Wolfgang (1994) Maintaining a low profile: Anti-nuclear movements and the British state. In: States and Anti-Nuclear Movements. Environment, Politics and Society . Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 69-99. ISBN 0748603964

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Abstract

This chapter analyses the political conflict over nuclear energy from 1974 to 1989 and discusses the value of the policy style concept for an explanation of the role of the state in the nuclear conflict and its contribution to the containment of anti-nuclear opposition.