The advice is to be offered in a "guidance document" that the Bush administration has been preparing for months, to be used if terrorists set off a dirty bomb, whose conventional explosive would spread its radioactive material. Experts say that in the short term, the blast itself would be far more dangerous than the radiation, but that if an important area was contaminated, officials would face difficult decisions about how much decontamination should be required or how many years should elapse before the radiation was deemed to have died down enough for public access.
The antinuclear campaigners, led by a
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