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Clamshell's first shot over the bow

Seabrook activists (from left) Chris Nord of Exeter, N.H.; Herb Greene of Sandwich, N.H.; Guy Chichester of Rye, N.H.; Renny Cushing and Kristie Conrad of Hampton, N.H.; Chip Mauck of Deerfield; Jay Gustaferro of Gloucester. Seabrook activists (from left) Chris Nord of Exeter, N.H.; Herb Greene of Sandwich, N.H.; Guy Chichester of Rye, N.H.; Renny Cushing and Kristie Conrad of Hampton, N.H.; Chip Mauck of Deerfield; Jay Gustaferro of Gloucester. (barbara hobson for the boston globe/file 1997)
April 29, 2007

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RYE, N.H. -- On the porch of his Rye farmhouse, Guy Chichester looked at his backyard, where antinuclear activists first met and formed the Clamshell Alliance in 1976. Chichester, a lanky Long Island native and retired carpenter, is now 72, but his feelings about the Seabrook plant haven't changed since the early 1970s. (Full article: 255 words)

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