Tag Archives: Albert Bigelow

The Journey of the Golden Rule

The Golden Rule is the first environmental action and peace vessel to put to sea. She is the direct precursor of all the peace and justice vessels that followed in her wake. She sails to promote a nuclear-free world and … Continue reading

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Latitude 38: Resurrecting The Golden Rule

Resurrecting the Golden Rule the Anti-Nuke Flagship Latitude 38 March Edition An article about the Golden Rule’s famous history and current efforts to rebuild this vessel. A complete story of the 25 foot ketch and its crew of anti-nuclear weapons … Continue reading

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Golden Rule Update: Ship which sailed against nuclear testing being restored

Wilmington News Journal Audrey Ingram, Contributing Writer On Aug. 27, 2010, life was proceeding as usual in Wilmington, Ohio. However, 2,500 miles away, in the small coastal town of Eureka, Cal., the remains of a ship called the Golden Rule … Continue reading

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The Golden Rule—Sailing Out Of History

This sailboat’s place in history… 1958 Captain Albert S. Bigelow, pacifist and former Navy Commander, with a small crew sailed the Golden Rule twice to stop nuclear testing in the Pacific. Through their efforts the public started questioning nuclear testing. … Continue reading

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