Protest at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, 1970.
A protest at Parliament House in Canberra, 1970. The Canberra demonstration was held two days before the main one around Australia and it was a very cold, wet, blustery day and we marched from Civic over to Parliament House… It was a feeling of marching along with people all of like mind, a sense that finally opinion was starting to flow our way… On the day itself one was gladdened by the sight of secretaries from departments, young secretaries from departments, public servants, some people from blue-collar sections of the community, all marching together. Quote by Alan Gould, Vietnam War protestor.
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