On a Friday afternoon in late August they've come to this street corner to raise their signs and voices to protest the venal forces that would bring down the United States. They brandish placards and peace signs, and passing motorists wave back in agreement, offer their own gestures consisting of a single middle finger, or ignore them. The demonstrators are mostly white men, ranging in age from 16 to the mid-forties, and among their signs is one that reads, in part, "War never... More >>>
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The gap between: At 24th Street and Seventh Avenue,
where the NYPD stopped the Protest Warriors from
infiltrating the United for Peace and Justice anti-Bush
march, the two groups began shouting at each other.