How the Manhattan Project’s Nuclear Suburb Stayed Secret
Oak Ridge, Tennessee, once home to 75,000, went up fast and under the radar. But it was built to last, too.
BY JESSICA LEIGH HESTER MAY 03, 2018
*** begin quote ***
At least for some. While white employees lived in relatively cushy digs, their black counterparts were more likely to be placed in structures known as “hutments,” little more than plywood frames without indoor plumbing. “Segregation was actually designed in from the start,” Moeller says.
*** end quote ***
How evil are the politicians and bureaucrats that did this?
I find that it was (a) designed in from the start; and (b) that people accepted it as fait accompli.
Of course, it wouldn’t happen today, but what evil was in these men’s hearts from the get go.
Sigh. So sad.
Is everything that Gooferment does inherently “evil” and “flawed”?
# – # – # – # – #