Great Britain: Pacifism by the Numbers

Somewhere in the States they've got a button painted red,

If anybody sits on it, we'll all of us be dead.

—C.N.D. Marching Song

The annual rite of spring in Britain is fast becoming the Aldermaston march. For the fourth Easter in a row, thousands of Britons turned out to hike 54 miles from the site of Britain's nuclear weapons research headquarters to rally in London's Trafalgar Square, though many cut in only for the last few miles. Parents pushing baby carriages, barefoot teenagers, businessmen and clergymen, there were more marchers than ever...

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