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Wednesday, 27 August 1969


Leader of the Government in the Senate seen today's Press report of a statement on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty by Dr David Robinson, former Special Assistant on Science and Technology to President Johnson, to the effect that he is in favour of the Treaty? Did he say: 'I believe that the United States supports the Treaty . . . and wants every country to sign'? In view of such statements from an eminent American man of science will the Government agree that to refuse any longer to sign the Treaty, which is only the first step, is to be offside with our major ally, America?

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