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Counterclockwise from top middle: A
peace activist prays for the people suffer
ing from the Hiroshima bomb during a
candle-light vigil at the Lincoln Memorial.
Over 7,500 people gather at the steps of
the Lincoln Memorial for the final cerem
ony of the peace march. Jeff Nelson
watches in disgust as protestors are
arrested during a demonstration at the
Department of Energy building in Wash
ington, D.C. Micki Muhlbauer, left, listens
intently to peace march speakers at
Lafayette Park while Lorraine Churchill
stands as front row peace keeper. Protes
tors sign Nuclear Declaration of Disarma
ment. Demonstrators comfort each other
during Department of Energy demonstra
tion. Martin Sickler marches down the
streets of Washington to the Lincoln
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