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This is how the same article appeared in the  It is of note
that rather than the tens of thousands reported in the first article I sent,
this one simply notes, hundreds.  Same article, same author, drastically
different perspective.  Is this an editor and if so it would seem to merit a
response.  Any thoughts?

By Lawrence L. Knutson
Associated Press Writer
Saturday, October 26, 2002; 2:27 PM Demonstrators by the hundreds gathered
near the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Saturday for what organizers pledged would
be a loud, angry but nonviolent protest march against President Bush's
pre-emptive war policies.

Roger Stroope
"Ideas are more powerful than weapons"
Austin College

"Individuals have international duties which transcend the national
obligations of obedience…Therefore [individual citizens] have the duty to
violate domestic laws to prevent crimes against peace and humanity from
occurring" -- Nuremberg War Crime Tribunal, 1950

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