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1. Introduction: Nucear Power without Proliferation? 1 Paul L. Leventhal 2. Rapporteur's Summary of the Nuclear Control Institute Twentieth Anniversary Conference 13 Steven Dolley Part I: How Essential Is Nuclear Power? 3. Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons Proliferation 47 Ambassador Robert L. Gallucci 4. Nuclear Power and Proliferation 57 Richard Rhodes 5. Why Nuclear Power's Failure in the Marketplace Is Irreversible (Fortunately for Nonproliferation and Climate Protection) 69 Amory B. Lovins 6. Nuclear and Alternative Energy Supply Options for an Environmentally Constrained World: A Long-term Perspective 85 Robert H. Williams 7. A World with, or without, Nuclear Power? 123 RichardL. Garwin Part II: Can Nuclear Power Be Made Proliferation- Resistant and Free of Long-Lived Wastes? 8. Attempts to Reduce the Proliferation Risks of Nuclear Power: Past and Current Initiatives 143 Marvin Miller 9. Technical Opportunities for Increasing Proliferation Resistance of Nuclear Power Systems (TOPS) Task Force 157 James A. Hassberger 10. The Limits of Technical Fixes 167 Edwin S. Lyman Part III: The Role of Nuclear Power in the Acquisition of Nuclear Weapons 11. Overview of Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons 185 Zachary S. Davis 12. Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons in India, Pakistan, and Iran 189 George Perkovich 13. The Nonproliferation Regime and Fissile Materials 201 Lawrence Scheinman 14. Closing Thoughts on Nonproliferation: The Need for Rigor 213 PaulL. Leventhal Part IV: Three Closing Views 15. An Industralist's View 225 Bertram Wolfe 16. An Arms Controller's View 229 Harold A. Feiveson 17. A Historian's View 233 William Lanouette