PROTEST: Demo Time Again

It is protest time again in Washington. The portable latrines and first-aid stations will soon be hauled into place for the antiwar demonstrators, who, like the cherry blossoms, have become a regular feature of spring in the capital. Unlike last May, when the Cambodian invasion and the killings at Kent State and Jackson State heightened the tension between protesters and their targets, this year's preparations have been relatively amicable. March routes were quickly granted, and the old tactic of drawing a wagon train of protective buses around the White House has been...

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