Nation: And Now the Soulnik

Man, a man could wear himself out with all that marching. Besides, every middle-aged beard and his brother are out picketing for peace these days. So, turning from soles to souls, disillusioned Vietnik Ray Robinson Jr., 29, a Negro in blue denim, hit on the great couch-in formula for ending-the war. "We've got to show the people the only way is love," he explained. "We've got to talk and listen—everywhere." Preferably sitting.

So saying, the junior guru from Washington led the last platoon of the Nov. 27 antiwar protest march into Washington's Harrington Hotel. Later they found comfort in a plush $60-a-day...

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