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Images from Protests Past (14 Aug 2004)
About half of the 15 posters on display are related to the campus strike, and the others are a sampling of antiwar posters from the late 1960s and early 70s. Many have distinctly MIT touches: two were silk-screened onto computer printouts, and one calls for all community members to participate in the strike, including students, faculty, groundsmen, and keypunch operators. The posters will be on display through the fall.
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