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Edward Henry St John QC (pr: Sinj'n) (15 August 191624 October 1994) was a prominent Australian barrister, anti-nuclear activist and Liberal politician in the 1960s. His political career came to a controversial end after he criticised the Prime Minister John Gorton. His book A Time to Speak was an account of his eventful three years in politics from 1966 to 1969. Justice Michael Kirby described St John as a "contradictory, restless, reforming spirit".

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Amerika wa yūzai datta : kaku no kyōi no moto ni / Edowādo Sento.Jon cho ; Takagi Kyōko
アメリカは有罪だった : 核の脅威の下に / エドワ-ド.セント.ジョン著 ; 高城恭子[ほか]訳
Uniform title: Judment at Hiroshima Japanese
by St. John, Edward, 1916-1994
Tōkyō : Asahi Shinbunsha, 1995
東京 : 朝日新聞社, 1995
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