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  2. HE SAYS NO

    SYDNEY: "I won't load bombs to kill innocent people, including women and children," wharfie Mr. Terry McNamara told the foreman on the Jeparit on the evening shift last Tuesday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 271 words
  3. NEGRO REVOLTS SMASH U.S. POSE

    SYSTEMATIC white terrorism by American police in Negro ghettos was the immediate cause of the I mass uprisings taking violent form in US cities. The power of the Negro protest against the mass ...

    Article : 385 words
  4. AND CLOSE TO HOME...

    TRIBUNE'S exposure last year of shocking mistreatment of an Aborigine at Griffith (NSW) has now been supported by an inquest finding and a State Government order. ...

    Article : 576 words
  5. Jail didn't stop him

    SYDNEY: A Sydney University honors science graduate emerged from Long Bay jail to say his opposition to Vietnam Military service had been strengthened. The graduate, Mr. James Monro, had served 25 days hard ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 98 words
  6. Student aid for NLF

    Labor clubs at Monash, Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra universities, backed by the Australian Student Labor Federation, have decided to open fund campaigns for medical supplies to the South Vietnam National Liberation Front. The move, formally agreed ...

    Article : 690 words
  7. VIETNAM SUNDAYS

    A witness on napalm effects at the Russell War Crimes Tribunal--Dr. John Takman, a Stockholm council medical officer--will speak at Sydney's big Vietnam war demonstration, Sunday, August 13. Other actions begin next ...

    Article : 187 words
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