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Hi everyone,

I'm a high school student from Australia, and I'm just curious as to whether any of you guys were involved in the protests against the Vietnam war, or various other protests (civil rights, student movements) of the 1960-70s , or have been involved in any type of protest/civil disobedience. Even if you were not directly involved, I would still find it highly useful to interview you, as a sort of 'witness' to the protests. If you would be interested in helping me out with a research project in answering a series of questions on your experiences with protest/civil disobedience.
If you are, leave a comment with your email address, or send me an email at ashimation@gmail.com and I will forward you the questions.

Thank you! And my apologies for a very badly worded post -- I'm sick.
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From:liz_uk
Date:December 1st, 2007 04:19 pm (UTC)

On The Fringes - AsEverone seemed to be in England

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To be between 13 and 25 in the sixties was to be anti-war anti-American in many ways and a fellow traveller with either the Labour Party or The Communist Party of GB. It was inseparable from the popular culture. The day I remember most was the protest in Grosvenor Square [Outside The American Embassy] where we got a taste of what our police force might become -and has, to a point.
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