Six tribesmen from remote Pacific Islands are televised at the Museum of Science and Industry exhibit where they can see themselves in Chicago on April 7, 1957. The six were exposed to radioactive fallouts from the 1954 hydrogen explosion at Bikini, and have been brought to Chicago for tests. (AP Photo/EM)
Human Guinea Pigs

US Gov’t Subjected Unwitting Americans To Radiological Testing During Cold War

“They targeted the most vulnerable in society. … They targeted children. They targeted pregnant women in Nashville. People who were ill in hospitals. They targeted wards of the state. And they targeted minority populations.”