See Francis A. Boyle, Defending Civil Resistance Under International Law 9–10
See Defending Civil Resistance Under International Law 216–54 (1987).
See Neely, “Legal Necessity and Civil Disobedience: Preventing the Greater Harms of
War and Apartheid”, 12 III. Bar J. 596 (1986); Aldridge and Stark, “Nuclear War,
Citizen Intervention, and the Necessity Defense”, 26 Santa Clara L. Rev. 299 (1986). See also Campbell, “The Nuremberg Defense to Charges of Domestic Crime: A Non-
Traditional Approach for Nuclear-Arms Protestors”, 16 Cal. West. Int'l L.J. 93
See Francis A. Boyle, “The U.S. Invasion of Panama: Implications for International
Law and Politics”, 1 East African J. Peace & Human Rights 80 (Uganda: 1993).
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: The Criminality of Nuclear Deterrence.
Contributors: Francis A. Boyle - Author.
Publisher: Clarity Press.
Place of publication: Atlanta.
Publication year: 2002.
Page number: 52.
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