October 1969
New Yorker;10/25/1969, Vol. 45 Issue 36, p47
The article presents some of the highlights of the Vietnam Moratorium in New York City in 1969. Mayor John Lindsay and his wife attended a Communion service at Saint James' Episcopal Church. Political activist Bella Rosenberg participated in a peace demonstration with other students in the quadrangle of Queens College. The issues discussed by the mayor at the Low Memorial Library are mentioned.


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