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This special issue will focus on the follwoing questions: What happened on the morning of March 28, 1979 at Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania? What significance do those events take on when considered in the context of nuclear power plant safety? What bearing might those events have on the future use and development of nuclear power? and Who will determine nuclear power's future? These questions are tackled one by one. Their importance to all citizens is clear. But in gathering information for this issue, Spectrum's editors have become increasingly aware of the special challenge that the accident at Three Mile Island presents to electrical and electronics engineers.