Old Men Forget

May 1960
Time;5/2/1960, Vol. 75 Issue 18, p20
The article reports on the demonstration headed by high school and university students in South Korea. It reveals that the enormous crowds are lining Seoul's sidewalks that clapped good-humoredly upon rank of boys and girls who marched along the city's main thoroughfares. It also notes that Seoul's 30,000 demonstrating students became partly an improvised army seeking weapons and partly a mob bent on destruction.


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