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The March on Washington November 13-15, 1969

USA, 1970 (MIFF 1971, Programme 21)

Director: F Randolph Swartz

This film is a documentary of the largest and most significant peace protest march in the history of the United States. It features the words of Mrs. Martin Luther King, Abbie Hoffman, Pete Seeger, Dr. Benjamin Spock and other noted figures in the United States peace movement. The candle-lit march against death in front of the White House and Capitol is highlighted.

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