Anti-War Protests, Then and Now

Organizers hope for a large turnout at protests held in Washington, D.C., and San Francisco to protest the continued U.S. presence in Iraq. How does the activism of the 1960s influence today's efforts? Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Columbia University professor Todd Gitlin, a veteran activist.

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