By NZ On Screen team
On 8 June 1987 Nuclear-free NZ became law. This collection honours the principles and people behind the policy. Norman Kirk: "Should I take the view that because they'll react against us that we shouldn't stand up for ourselves? I don't think New Zealand's a doormat. I think we've got rights — we're a small country but we've got equal rights, and we're going to assert them."
Tim Watkin (Guardian, Listener, Pundit.co.nz) on how New Zealand learned to start worrying and loathe the bomb. Read more >
So said Norm Kirk about the nuclear arms race. See NZHistory.net for more context behind Nuclear-free New Zealand. Read more >
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