Anti-war protesters look across a police line at a pro-military crowd Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2008 in Berkeley, Calif. A Berkeley City Council decision to renounce the presence of the Marine Corps recruiting office in its city set off a widespread debate, drawing hundreds to Berkeley City Hall to learn whether the council would revoke its decision. Anti-war protesters lined up on one side of Martin Luther King Jr. Way and pro-military supporters on the other. Both groups sang songs, blared music from loud-speakers and taunted one another, and several arrests were made. (image by Dave Getzschman)
Anti-war protesters look across a police line at a pro-military crowd Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2008 in Berkeley, Calif. A Berkeley City Council decision to renounce the presence of the Marine Corps recruiting office in its city set off a widespread debate, drawing hundreds to Berkeley City Hall to learn whether the council would revoke its decision. Anti-war protesters lined up on one side of Martin Luther King Jr. Way and pro-military supporters on the other. Both groups sang songs, blared music from loud-speakers and taunted one another, and several arrests were made.
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