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Einstein, Albert; Boris Podolsky & Nathan Rosen (1935), "Can quantum-mechanical description of physical reality be considered complete?", Physical Review 47: 777–780 (available also here).
Bell, J. S. (1964), "On the Einstein Podolsky Rosen paradox", Physics 1 (3): 195–200 (available also here).
Mermin, N. David (1985), "Is the Moon there when nobody looks? Reality and the quantum theory", Physics Today 38 (4): 38–47 (available also here and elsewhere).
Bell, John; A. Shimony & M. Horne et al. (1985), "An exchange on local beables", Dialectica 39 (2): 85–110.
Matsukevich, D.N.; P. Maunz & D.L. Moehring et al. (2008), "Bell inequality violation with two remote atomic qubits", Physical Review Letters 100 (15): 1–4 (also arXiv).
Marcikic, I.; H. de Riedmatten & W. Tittel et al. (2004), "Distribution of time-bin entangled qubits over 50 km of optical fiber", Physical Review Letters 93 (18): 1–4 (also arXiv).
Weihs, G.; T. Jennewein & C. Simon et al. (1998), "Violation of Bell's inequality under strict Einstein locality conditions", Physical Review Letters 81 (23): 5039–5043 (also arXiv).
Theory (highly technical)
Junge, M.; C. Palazuelos & D. Perez-Garcia et al. (2009), Unbounded violations of bipartite Bell Inequalities via operator space theory.
Szarek, Stanislaw (2005), "Volume of separable states is super-doubly-exponentially small in the number of qubits", Physical Review A 72 (3): 1-10 (also arXiv).
Werner, R.F. & M.M. Wolf (2000), "Bell's inequalities for states with positive partial transpose", Physical Review A 61 (062102): 1-4 (also arXiv).