Public Demonstrations from Late 1960

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Public Demonstrations from Late 1960’s to Late 1970’s ¤ Anti-Vietnam Demonstration (1967) ¤ Catonsville Nine Protest Against Vietnam War (1968) ¤ “March Against Death” in Washington, D.C (1969) ¤ Anti-War Protest at Kent State University (1970) ¤ Demonstrations Against Trial of
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Unformatted text preview: the New Haven Nine (1970) ¤ Anti-War Demonstration at Jackson State University (1971) ¤ Anti-War Rally at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania (1971) ¤ Baltimore Police Strike (1974) ¤ Protest against Anita Bryant’s Anti-Gay Remarks in San Francisco (1977)...
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