The TMI partial meltdown, which was the worst accident at an American commercial nuclear power plant, both altered nuclear regulation policies in the United States and shook the public's confidence in nuclear technology.
Echo has developed an online survey, which invites people to share their thoughts about the TMI crisis. We aim to collect entries from a broad spectrum of people, ranging from residents who lived near the plant to people who lived in a different part of the country (or in another country) and followed the events through the media. Our aim is to build a free and public archive that serves as a resource for activists and scholars alike.
Echo has developed an online survey to allow people to share their thoughts about the partial meltdown of the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in 1979. There is an introduction to the event, a bibliography and resource list, and a collection of more than 80 personal narratives that is still accepting contributions.