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Published on Mar 18, 2007
In this clip from 1967, newsreel reader Ed Herlihy narrates a cynical take on the anti-Vietnam War marches which took place in New York City, San Francisco, and across the US. Martin Luther King, Jr. petitions the UN, students burn their draft cards at demonstrations, and anti-anti-Vietnam protesters make their support of the conflict known.
Forty years later, we find ourselves in a similar scenario.