Anyone who has worked in the corporate world knows all too well how organizations jostle to control anything exciting. At the beginning of 1955, Great Britain was embarking on a build of what became Calder Hall, part military plutonium producer, part reactor supplying the electricity for the nation’s near-monopoly, British Electricity Authority. Something completely airbrushed out of nuclear’s history is the fight to control the construction: BEA or Christopher Hinton’s Risley organization? Here we read a draft of a secret “teleprint” (I guess that’s a telegram) from Hinton to his boss, Plowden. I don’t want to belabor the point but you can see that Hinton will not cede authority.