Proposition One


CONTENTS

PROPOSITION ONE
WHAT IS IT?

TEXT OF PROPOSITION ONE
a grassroots campaign
for global nuclear disarmament
and economic conversion
via Constitutional Amendments

SUCCESSES:
DC Voter Initiative #37 (1993)
* Initiative Text
* Congressional Bill HR-1650 (2013-2014)
* Congressional Bill HR-1334 (2011-2012)
* Congressional Bill HR-1653 (2009-2010)
* Congressional Bill HR-1826 (2007-2008)
* Congressional Bill HR-1348 (2005-2006)
* Congressional Bill HR-2647 (2003-2004)
* Congressional Bill HR-2545 (1999-2000)
* Congressional Bill HR-827 (1997-98)
* Congressional Bill HR-1647 (1995-96)
* Congressional Bill HR-3750 (1994)
* Congressional co-sponsors

WHY DO WE NEED IT?
Enforceable law
Safety: accidents, waste disposal
Generals and Admirals warn nuclear weapons are unsafe, unnecessary and insane
Nuclear Radiation Hazards - USA
Plutonium Missing at California Weapons Lab - Nukewatch, 1996

A history of genocidal weapons:
nuclear stockpiles; tests
treaties (NPT etc)
chemical & biological weapons ban
history of opposition
* nuclear-free-zones

If God exists...

International activities:
World Court - Hague, 1995
Japan (includes Peace Constitution)
* Japan Visit 1994
Canada, 1994-95
Russia
* Russian Visit 1990

Organizations:
Abolition 2000
NGO Committee on Disarmament
Nuclear Free America
World Court Project

Demographic considerations

Proposition one Committee
Articles of Incorporation

HOW YOU, TOO, CAN HELP!

WRITE:
Proposition One Committee
P.O. Box 26
Tryon, NC 28782 USA
phone: 202-610-3886
e-mail address: et@prop1.org