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        Up in Flames: Protests and Counterprotests in the Vietnam Era | The Draft

        Learn about linkages between Vietnam War protests and the draft in this clip from The Draft. The anti-war movement was not immediately popular with the American people during the Vietnam War—protests were often challenged by counter-protestors. Anti-war statements were by default anti-draft; acts of civil disobedience, such as draft-card burning in Union Square, were dramatic examples of the growing pacifist movement.

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