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Regarding the Nov. 3 article “U.S. needs Japan to remain nuclear, expert says“: John Hamre, CEO of the pro-nuclear Center for Strategic and International Studies,” tells us: “There can’t be any romanticism about alternative energy. If you’re going to be a modern, sophisticated economy, you have to address this question of making nuclear power a legitimate source of energy.”

I assume he is suggesting that his is a realistic approach, in contrast to that of the “romanticists” who look toward an alternative future of safe, renewable energy sources. …

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