todaysdocument: Photos from a Draft Resistance Rally at the Town…

Man Burning Draft Card at Draft Resistance Rally

Noam Chomsky Speaking at Draft Resistance Rally

Allen Ginsberg Signing Petition at Draft Resistance Rally, 1/14/1968

Anti-Draft Petition


Photos from a Draft Resistance Rally at the Town Hall, New York City, 1/14/1968

[Photographs] Town Hall Meeting, 1/14/1968, Draft Resistance Rally [Town Hall, New York City] . 
Series: Precedent Case Files, 1928 – 1976Record Group 118: Records of U.S. Attorneys, 1821 – 1994

This file unit contains photographs depicting a Draft Resistance Rally held at Town Hall in New York City. The rally was a demonstration of support for “The Boston Five,” William Sloane Coffin, Jr., Michael Ferber, Mitchell Goodman, Marcus Raskin and Benjamin Spock, who were indicted in U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts for aiding and abetting draft resistance.

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