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- June 21, 1982
- Vol. 17
- No. 24
Rallying in the Rose Bowl, 90,000 Rockers, Rollers and Fans Don't Want to Give Nukes a Chance
After 10 hours of music and memories that enriched the movement's coffers by some $250,000, the event ended as it had begun—with a crowd-swaying, sing-along rendition of John Lennon's Give Peace a Chance. The spectacle left Bishop James Armstrong, president of the National Council of Churches, sounding like the president of a renascent Woodstock Nation: "The vibrations are beautiful," he said.
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