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        No Cold War | The Cold War | The 20th Century Since 1945: Postwar Politics

        1955: London pavement artist Harlice Worley was outraged by what visiting Russian students broadcast about him. he sent a cable protesting to Moscow and talked to Russia on the radio, telling them why he draws on the pavement. Next day at his Trafalgar Square pitch, beside his usual chalk drawings, there appeared a message to the public headed, 'No cold war at my expense'. (Photo by John Firth/BIPs/Getty Images)

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