Protest: Make War, Not Peace

One of the strengths of last October's Moratorium Day observances was the diversity of the protesters: war veterans, businessmen, clergymen and housewives alongside gentle, earnest students and older radicals. That was not true last week for the third round of Moratorium observances. In too many cities across the nation, the day belonged to a new breed of hard-eyed youth—Brownshirts of radicalism drawn from the streets, many of only high-school age. The keynote was sounded by the Chicago Seven's Tom Hayden, who told a San Fernando Valley State College audience: "We turned...

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