National Affairs: You Fight It

From the Rialto Theatre, where they are holding a convention, through Jackson Square to the spearheaded front fence of the White House, marched a mixed delegation of the Youth Committee Against War. Not waiting for police or Secret Service men to ask their business, or pausing to explain just what parts of President Roosevelt's program they considered provocative, the young men & women produced from their persons seven large cardboard placards which, hung in a row on the fence (see cut), spelled out:


The signs stayed up nearly...

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