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Posted: Saturday, July 8, 2017 11:00 am

The Golden Rule first set sail in 1958, with Capt. Albert Bigelow, William Huntington, Orion Sherwood and George Willoughby, Quaker peace activists, attempting to sail into a nuclear bomb testing zone in the Marshall Islands.

The 30-foot wooden sailboat was stopped by the U.S. Coast Guard, and all four men were arrested and jailed in Honolulu. Inspired by the Quaker activists’ courage, Dr. Earle L. Reynolds and his family, including his daughter Jessica, decided to complete the Golden Rule’s mission in their own 50-foot boat, the Phoenix of Hiroshima.

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