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Why is the FBI interested in the anti-war movement? 

On the morning of Friday, Sept. 24, Kosta Harlan was questioned by two FBI agents on the front porch of his Durham home. Harlan, a member of Students for a Democratic Society and the Colombia Action Network, was among more than a dozen anti-war activists across the nation targeted by the FBI that day.

Image credit: Photo by D.L. Anderson


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