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[1] For historical accounts of the anti-Vietnam War, anti-conscription movement, see: John Murphy, Harvest of Fear: A History of Australia’s Vietnam War (St Leonards NSW: Allen & Unwin, 1973); Michael Hamel-Green, “The Resisters: a history of the anti-conscription movement 1964-1972” in King, P. (ed.), Australia’s Vietnam, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1983, pp.100-128; Harry Van Moorst, “The Vietnam Moratorium: Protest and Resistance”, in Blackburn, Susan, Breaking Out: Memories of Melbourne in the 1970s, Hale & Iremonger, Willoughby NSW, 2015, pp.30-55.

[2] Langley, Greg, A Decade of Dissent: Vietnam and the Conflict on the Home Front, Allen & Unwin, North Sydney, 1992,  pp.17-18.

[3] John Murphy, Harvest of Fear: A History of Australia’s Vietnam War (St Leonards NSW: Allen & Unwin, 1973), pp.140-145.

[4] Ibid.,  pp.155-161.

[5] Ibid.,  pp.158.

[6] Ibid.,  pp.159.

[7] Harry Van Moorst, “The Vietnam Moratorium: Protest and Resistance”, in Blackburn, Susan, Breaking Out: Memories of Melbourne in the 1970s, Hale & Iremonger, Willoughby NSW, 2015, pp.30-31.

[8] Ibid., pp.30-33.

[9] Michael Hamel-Green, “The Resisters: a history of the anti-conscription movement 1964-1972” in King, P. (ed.), Australia’s Vietnam, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1983, pp.100-101.

[10] Ibid., pp.111-115; Harry van Moorst, op.cit., pp.31-39; John Murphy, op.cit.,pp.211-218.

[11] Federal Pacifist Council of Australia & Bill White Conscientious Objectors’ Defence Committee, We Resist Because…Statements of Conscientious Non-Compliers with Military Conscription,  Federal Pacifist Council, Sydney, April 1970. [pamphlet, 16 pp]

[12] Ibid., p.14.

[13] Ibid., p.2.

[14] Federal Pacifist Council, Peacemaker, Vol.32 No.7 July 1970, p.4  &  Vol.33 Nos 5-6, 7-8, May-Aug, 1971, p.11.

[15] Draft Resisters Union, Downdraft: a draft resistance manual, Highett, Victoria, 2nd edition, June 1972, p.21.

[16] Michael Hamel-Green, “The Resisters”, op.cit., p.119.

[17] The Age, 13/6/1970.

[18] Federal Pacifist Council, Peacemaker, “Conscientious Non-Compliers with Military Conscription, Vol.32, Nos 4 & 5, May-June 1970, p.4.

[19] Ibid., “Govt.Plans N.S.Act Change to Let Off Men Liable for 2 Yrs Gaol”, p.1.

[20] Win (US), 15/6/70.

[21] Michael Hamel-Green, “The Resisters”, op.cit., p.122-123; Greg Langley, op.cit, pp.150-166.

[22]Harry van Moorst, op.cit., pp.47-51.

[23]Honi Soit, 3/8/72, pp.8-9; Draft Resisters Union, op.cit., pp.34-36.

[24] Harry van Moorst, op.cit., pp.34-38; Michael Hamel-Green, “The Resisters”, op.cit., p.112-117.

[25] Michael Hamel-Green, “The Resisters”, op.cit., p.115.

[26] Greg Langley, op.cit., pp.171-173.

[27] Murray Goot & Rodney Tiffen, “Public Opinion and the Politics of the Polls”, in King, P. (ed.), Australia’s Vietnam, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1983, pp.135.

[28] Ken J. McLeod, Vietnam Moratorium Campaign: A Statement of Direction, roneo document, 20/2/1970, pp.6-7.

[29] For overviews and analysis of the Vietnam Moratorium campaigns, see: Harry van Moorst, op.cit., pp.37-46; John Murphy, op.cit., pp.241-258; and a number of participant accounts in Greg Langley, op.cit., pp.132-149.

[30] Donald Horne, Time of hope : Australia 1966–72. Sydney: Angus & Robertson,1980.

[31] Sydney Morning Herald, 17/6/70; The Australian, 10/7/70.

[32] Catholic Worker, June 1972.

[33] A. J. Forbes, “National Security and Defence”, in R.Aitchison (ed.), Looking at the Liberals, Cheshire, Melbourne, p.130.

[34] Greg Langley, op.cit., p.225.