Nuclear Protests in Japan Mark Three Months of Disaster

It has now been three months since the Great Eastern Japan Quake and tsunami brought the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant to its knees. How should we grade the response? In Japan, the occasion was marked by protests, suddenly less rare among the Japanese people.

Russia Today is one of the few news outlets in the world that never dropped this story. They’ve been talking to Dr. Robert Jacobs, Professor of nuclear history at Hiroshima Peace Institute, and return to him here for another update.

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