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Manhattan Project

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  • proper noun (U. S. History) A former US agency that was responsible for developing atomic bombs during World War II.

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  • noun code name for the secret United States project set up in 1942 to develop atomic bombs for use in World War II
  • noun a former United States executive agency that was responsible for developing atomic bombs during World War II

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  • The Manhattan Project is another good example, just so it's clear that the end isn't always strictly peaceful. recent conversation between Jay Rosen & Glenn Greenwald about Jim Webb talks about the nature of leadership like this:

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  • The Manhattan Project is another good example, just so it's clear that the end isn't always strictly peaceful. recent conversation between Jay Rosen & Glenn Greenwald about Jim Webb talks about the nature of leadership like this:

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  • Many of the scientists and government officials didn't want to see their jobs end; corporations which were Manhattan Project contractors, notably General Electric and Westinghouse, didn't want to see their contracts ended.

    Karl Grossman: Nuclear Power Can Never Be Made Safe

  • It's not enough that Manhattan Project chief Robert Oppenheimer's eyes seem to brighten after the bomb has droppped; you also have to see his rival Edward Teller's gaze begin to dull and sag over the years.

    Travis Korte: 'Gunslinger': The Rebirth of a Great Blog

  • Many of the scientists and government officials didn't want to see their jobs end; corporations which were Manhattan Project contractors, notably General Electric and Westinghouse, didn't want to see their contracts ended.

    Karl Grossman: Nuclear Power Can Never Be Made Safe

  • Robert Oppenheimer, the director of the Manhattan Project and so-called Father of the Atomic Bomb, who had had his security clearance revoked in 1954 after a loyalty-security hearing revealed his Communist ties.

    A Covert Affair

  • It's not enough that Manhattan Project chief Robert Oppenheimer's eyes seem to brighten after the bomb has droppped; you also have to see his rival Edward Teller's gaze begin to dull and sag over the years.

    Travis Korte: 'Gunslinger': The Rebirth of a Great Blog

  • It's not enough that Manhattan Project chief Robert Oppenheimer's eyes seem to brighten after the bomb has droppped; you also have to see his rival Edward Teller's gaze begin to dull and sag over the years.

    Travis Korte: 'Gunslinger': The Rebirth of a Great Blog

  • Dr. H.P. Yockey, physicist, information theorist and contributor to the Manhattan Project

    A Reasonable Argument for God's Existence

  • It's not enough that Manhattan Project chief Robert Oppenheimer's eyes seem to brighten after the bomb has droppped; you also have to see his rival Edward Teller's gaze begin to dull and sag over the years.

    Travis Korte: 'Gunslinger': The Rebirth of a Great Blog

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