Protest: Dissent Among the Dissenters

It was billed as "Stop the Draft and End the War Week." By the time the scenario of civil disobedience had been played out in 34 cities last week, all that had been stopped was a little traffic, and nothing had ended but the tenuous unity of the protesters themselves. The customary documents were burned—few were actually draft cards —and the traditional chants were bellowed, but the turnout from San Francisco to New York was diminutive and dispirited, compared with October's Pentagon march.

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