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    Review for Campaigning for Clean Air

    The book, as the subtitle says, is half about strategies for a pro-nuclear power advocacy and half again about the reasons why one ought to advocate for nuclear energy. It is based on the author's experience, so not all of it will be universally applicable, but it does give a practical step by step guide for pro-nuclear advocacy. Stuff like getting your prep material done (she calls it getting one's ducks ready), about how to find allies, etc., are universal. If one wants a technical analysis on the technology, or the economics, or the history of nuclear power, this is not the book for you, although the book does have a list of recommendations if one wants to look further into those aspects. But if your question is more on, "but what can I do to help?", this is the book you want. From light advocacy like commenting in social media all the way to marching on the streets and contacting politicians, the author has done them all and shared her experience in what works and what doesn't and how to do it here in this book.

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