Why We're Marching

JEFF J. MITCHELL/REUTERS

LAST TIME: Protesters like these in Glasgow thronged European cities before the war

The flags have been strung along the mall between Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace, the Stars and Stripes dancing a lazy waltz with the Union Jack in the watery November light. The streets have been swept, the streetlights polished, the palace guest rooms plumped and aired. But into the frame of this handsome picture will march tens of thousands of dissenters. We'll be snaking through the streets of London this week in one great hissing body, along Holborn and the length of Aldwych, on to Trafalgar Square. We'll be angry. And we'll be venting mostly at one man: George W....

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