Denied March Permit, New Yorkers Rally for Peace

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Throngs of anti-war activists gathered Saturday in New York City near the United Nations, holding a lively demonstration despite the city's refusal to permit an outright march. Meanwhile, among New Yorkers who chose not to take part, some cited frustration with the results of past protest efforts. Hear NPR's Margot Adler, NPR's Steve Inskeep and NPR's Rick Karr.

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