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 +'''''We Almost Lost Detroit''''', a 1975 [[Reader's Digest]] book by [[John G. Fuller]], presents a history of [[Fermi 1]], America's first commercial [[breeder reactor]], with emphasis on the 1966 partial [[nuclear meltdown]]. It was republished in 1984 by Berkley.
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 +[[Spoken word]] and [[rap]] pioneer [[Gil Scott-Heron]] has a song titled "We Almost Lost Detroit",dealing with the same issue. It has appeared on his 1977 album, ''[[Bridges (Gil Scott-Heron album)|Bridges]]''. The song is covered by [[Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.]] on their album ''[[It's a Corporate World]]''.
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 +This song was also covered by [[Ron Holloway]] on his album, ''Groove Update'', which features [[Gil Scott-Heron]] on vocals.
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 +==See also==
 +*[[List of books about nuclear issues]]
 +*[[Nuclear and radiation accidents]]
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We Almost Lost Detroit, a 1975 Reader's Digest book by John G. Fuller, presents a history of Fermi 1, America's first commercial breeder reactor, with emphasis on the 1966 partial nuclear meltdown. It was republished in 1984 by Berkley.

Spoken word and rap pioneer Gil Scott-Heron has a song titled "We Almost Lost Detroit",dealing with the same issue. It has appeared on his 1977 album, Bridges. The song is covered by Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. on their album It's a Corporate World.

This song was also covered by Ron Holloway on his album, Groove Update, which features Gil Scott-Heron on vocals.

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