Protest: And Leave the Marching to Us

Mad at the President? Incensed at the Congress? Against—or for—U.S. policy in Viet Nam? For the citizen too distant, busy or shy to join a Capital picket line, the answer is a new organization known as Proxy Pickets.

Started by three 19-year-olds at Washington's George Washington University, Proxy Pickets will furnish the bodies, signs, and spirited dialogue for almost any cause—for a fee. A relatively modest $17* will put five pickets in front of the White House for an hour, $79 will set 25 marching, and $154 will bring out a crowd of...

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