Harrisburg DMZ

Mitgang, Herbert
April 1972
New Republic;4/22/72, Vol. 166 Issue 17, p11
Presents information related to the demilitarized zone in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Increase in antiwar protests this month; Reference of war along the DMZ of Vietnam; Details regarding the trial of the Harrisburg Seven; Possibility of legal spinoffs; Convictions of those who suspected that the war was not yet over and who have continued to resist it, can hardly be considered far-fetched.


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