Four years later, antiwar activists still hopeful
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David Ascher (left) said the growing anti-war sentiment is out in the streets. He held an anti-war sign during Newton Dialogues on Peace and War's weekly vigil, and waved at cars that 'Honk for Peace.' He said about 120 people joined them in Newton Centre in January, and that drivers' responses were increasingly positive.
David Ascher (left) said the growing anti-war sentiment is out in the streets. He held an anti-war sign during Newton Dialogues on Peace and War's weekly vigil, and waved at cars that "Honk for Peace."

He said about 120 people joined them in Newton Centre in January, and that drivers' responses were increasingly positive.
(Newton Centre, March 1 2007/ Photo by Ana Rivas)