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Nuclear Information/Scientist and Citizen/Environment Magazine
St. Louis, CNI/CEI/SIPS, 1961-1977. 34 issues of this magazine, which was founded by Barry Commoner and which evolved in name, format, and expanding environmental concerns over its publication history, from 1958 to at least 1977. An incomplete run, with 5 issues of Nuclear Information (October and November, 1961; February 1962; February and August, 1963); 12 issues of Scientist and Citizen (Jan/Feb, April, May/June, 1965; April and May, 1966; Jan, Feb, June/July, 1967; Jan/Feb, April, May, December 1968); and 17 issues of Environment (July/Aug 1969; Dec 1970; April 1972; April, May, July/Aug, Sept, Oct, Nov, Dec 1973; May and June 1974; June and Dec 1976; Jan/Feb, March and May 1977). Note that the publisher was initially the Committee for Nuclear Information, then the Committee for Environmental Information, then the Scientists' Institute for Public Information, changes that mirrored the publication's widening scope, from nuclear issues to air and water pollution, recycling, pesticides, land use, and alternative energy. The second issue in this lot is dedicated to CNI's famous baby tooth study, which documented strontium 90 in the bones of children and helped ban above ground nuclear testing. Mailing labels to some issues. Several issues have dampstained edges and are only in very good condition, but most are near fine or better. [#035865] SOLD

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