Nation: Tom and Jane vs. Big Business

They begin a 52-city crusade

It was the biggest antinuclear rally in U.S. history. To the tunes of Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne and Pete Seeger, 200,000 blue-jeaned, banner-waving protesters thronged Manhattan's Battery Park last week, conjuring up visions of the antiwar days. Bella Abzug was there. So were Consumer Advocate Ralph Nader and Environmentalist Barry Commoner. And so, in another flashback to the '60s, were Actress Jane Fonda and her husband Activist Tom Hayden, this time talking of a nuclear Armageddon. Said Fonda to the cheering crowd: "We have to think of ourselves...

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