The Second Round

November 1969
Time;11/14/1969, Vol. 94 Issue 20, p44
The article reports on a protest against the Nixon administration in the U.S. to be backed by the Union Theological Seminary, led by John C. Bennett. It states that the November 1969 protest, which follows the October 1969 demonstration, will focus on a march by the White House in Washington D.C. It says that the Justice Department denied the demonstrators' request for permit to march down Pennsylvania Avenue to prevent riots. It adds the plan of pro-Nixon groups to conduct a counter-protest.


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