Conservative demonstrators from Young Americans for Freedom protest Richard Nixon's planned trip to China
Portland Oregon USA Date:1971, September 25 Duration:39 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Young demonstrators from the group "Young Americans for Freedom" (YAF) display protest sign to U.S. President Richard Nixon during his visit to Montana, Portland Oregon, Washington state, and Alaska. Address "623 SW Oak St" visible on a building as two men get into a car in front of it. A large group of young conservative demonstrators protest peacefully. Some stand atop school buses. Oregon mountains visible in the background. The crowd is carrying posters, banners and placards. The banners protest Nixon's planned visit to China, e.g., "Don't Shake the Bloody Hand of Mao" and "Y.A.F. says Stay Home." Also "Reconsider Richard Nixon for 1972." Another is "McGovern for President." Still another is "Sign the draft law and prove you're a liar." Also some banners speaking about the economy say "I am a Keynesian now." Many others protest the planned trip and diplomatic efforts with China.
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