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References

[1] Tony Long, “Sept.26, 1983: The Man Who Saved the Word by Doing…Nothing”, Washington Post , 26 Sept 2007.

[2] Malcolm Saunders and Ralph Summy, The Australian Peace Movement: A Short History (Canberra: Peace Research Centre, ANU, 1986), p.35.

[3] Ralph Summy, “Australian Peace Movement 1960-67: A Study of Dissent” (Master’s Thesis, University of Sydney, 1973), p.164.

[4] ALP Statement of the Federal Executive Re Nuclear Testing and Disarmament, 4 May 1962, Arthur Calwell Papers, Folder 623, Box 201, MS4738, National Library of Australia and Resolution of Federal Executive on Disarmament and Nuclear Tests, 4 July 1962, Arthur Calwell Papers, Folder 1224, Box 270, MS4738, National Library of Australia (cited in Owen Nanlohy, “’A Test Of Loyalty: A History of the Federal Australian Labor Party and the United States Alliance 1960-1967” (BA Honours Thesis, University of Sydney, 2012), 8 & 26.

[5] Australian Parliament, Commonwealth Parliamentary Debates, House of Representatives, 15 May 1962, 2318-2329.

[6] Malcolm Saunders and Ralph Summy, The Australian Peace Movement: A Short History (Canberra: Peace Research Centre, ANU, 1986), pp.35-36.

[7] Jim Falk, “The Movement Against Uranium Mining” in Blackburn, Susan, Breaking Out: Memories of Melbourne in the 1970s, Hale & Iremonger, Willoughby NSW, 2015, pp.71-89.

[8] Ibid., p.71

[9] Joseph Camilleri, ANZUS: Australia’s Predicament in the Nuclear Age (South Melbourne: Macmillan, 1987), 104

[10] Bengt Danielsson and Marie-Therese Danielsson, Poisoned Reign: French Nuclear Colonialism in the Pacific (Ringwood: Penguin Books Australia, Second Revised Edition, 1986); Nic Maclellan and Jean Chesneaux, After Moruroa: France in the South Pacific (Melbourne: Ocean Press, 1998); Peter Hayes, Lyuba Zarsky and Walden Bello, American Lake: Nuclear Peril in the Pacific (Ringwood: Penguin Books Australia, 1986; Vijay Naidu, “The Fiji Anti-Nuclear Movement: Problems and Prospects” in The Pacific: Peace, Security and the Nuclear Issue, ed. Ranginui Walker and William Sutherland (London: United Nations University/Zed Books, 1988), 185-195; Roy H. Smith, The Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific Movement: After Moruroa (London: Tauris), 24-27; Ronni Alexander, Putting the Earth First: Alternatives to Nuclear Security in Pacific Island States (Honolulu: Matsunaga Institute for Peace, University of Hawaii, 1994), 138-163.

[11] David Lange, Nuclear Free – The New Zealand Way (Auckland: Penguin Books New Zealand, 1990); Kevin Clements, Back from the Brink: The Creation of a Nuclear-Free New Zealand (Sydney: Allen & Unwin New Zealand, 1988).

[12] Richard Broinowski, Fact or Fission: the truth about Australia’s nuclear ambitions, Scribe, Carlton North, 2003, pp.63-69.

[13] Ibid.,p.63.

[14] Michael Hamel-Green, “Antinuclear Campaigning and the South Pacific Nuclear-Free Zone (Rarotonga) Treaty, 1960-85”, op.cit.

[15] Barbara Rose Johnston and Holly Barker. 2008. Consequential Damages of Nuclear War – the Rongelap report (Left Coast Press, California)

[16] Lorna Arnold. 1987. A Very Special Relationship – British Atomic Weapons Trials in Australia (Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, London).

[17] Bruno Barrillot. 1996. Les essais nucléaires français 1960-1996 – conséquences sur l’environnement et la santé (CDRPC, Lyon).

[18] Stewart Firth. 1987. Nuclear Playground (Allen and Unwin, Sydney).

[19] Nic Maclellan. 2015. “Grappling with the Bomb: Opposition to Pacific nuclear testing in the 1950s”, Proceedings of the 14th Biennial Labour History Conference, eds, Phillip Deery and Julie Kimber (Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, Melbourne).  http://labourhistorymelbourne.org/grappling-with-the-bomb/

[20] Nic Maclellan. 2013. “Delaying the nuclear free zone in the Pacific”, Inside Story, 27 August. http://inside.org.au/delaying-the-nuclear-free-zone-in-the-pacific/

[21] Bruno Barrillot. 1996. Les essais nucléaires français 1960-1996 – conséquences sur l’environnement et la santé (CDRPC, Lyon).

[22] Jean-Marc Regnault. 2013.  Pouvanaa a Oopa – victime de la raison d’Etat (Papeete: Les Editions de Tahiti).

[23] Nic Maclellan (ed.). 1999. No Te Parau Tia, No Te Parau Mau, No Te Tiamaraa – for justice, truth and independence (Pacific Concerns Resource Centre, Suva).

[24] David Robie. 1987. Eyes of Fire: the Last Voyage of the Rainbow Warrior (New Society, Auckland, reissued 2005 and 2015)

[25] Bruno Barrillot. 2002. L’héritage de la bombe : Sahara - Polynésie 1960-2002 (CDRPC, Lyon).   

[26] Pieter De Vries and Han Seur. 1997. Moruroa and Us – Polynesians’ experiences during thirty years of nuclear testing in the French Pacific (CDRPC, Lyon).