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So What Does a Moon Buggy Have To Do With Napalm in Vietnam?

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Creator:Anti-Imperialist Coalition Revolutionary Youth Movement Students for a Democratic Society
Creator:University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division.
Title:So What Does a Moon Buggy Have To Do With Napalm in Vietnam?
Date:1969
Description:

Alternative title: US Get Out of Vietnam Now, No More War Profiteering, No More Lay Offs. Announces: Anti-war demonstration, "Wednesday, open forum: 12:30, meeting (HUB): 3:30, November 14: mass march and rally at Boeing Employment Center." Calls for: Attack on all industries dependent on government contracts for survival and expansion. Quote from document: "Government speinding is being used more and more in an attempt to shore up a failing capitalist economy. Many industries, like Boeing, are to a large extent dependent on government contracts for expansion, if not for survival. They are engaged in producing mostly either things we can’t use or that we blow up in Vietnam, like the TFX111, B-58 bombers, SSTs, and moon buggies."

Types:Fliers (printed matter) | Text
Subjects:Dismissal of employees--Washington (State) | Demonstrations--Washington (State) | Vietnam Conflict, 1961-1975--Protest movements | Boeing Company | United States, Washignton, King County, Seattle, 47.6062095, -122.3320708
Collection:Vietnam War Era Ephemera Collection
Institution:University of Washington's Libraries
Contributors:University of Washington. Libraries. Special Collections Division
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Anti-Imperialist Coalition Revolutionary Youth Movement Students for a Democratic Society

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