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August 07, 1984 - Image 7

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Michigan Daily, 1984-08-07

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The Mi
Circle for Peace
Nagging rain and a disappointing turnout didn't stop 500 peace demonstrators
from encircling the Williams International defense contracting plant in Walled
Lake. Clasped hands, pieces of string, and green armbands completed the mile-
long ring around the high fences of the plant.
The plant, a well-known producer of nuclear missile engines, has been the site
of numerous anti-nuclear protests and subsequent arrests in the past year.
Saturday's protest, however, saw no arrests or injuries.
Photos by Deborah Lewis and Doug McMahon

ichigan Daily - Tuesday, August 7, 1984 - Page 7


A line of protestors winds its way around the circumference of the williams International plant.


Counter-demonstrators position themselves across the street to rally for "patriotism". M

Members of Families for Peace

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