But opposition grew by leaps and bounds
as people began to learn what was going on in Vietnam. By 1969 there
were 750,000 people marching on Washington, and millions more marching
in cities across the country.
In May 1970, after police and National Guard troops fired on anti-war
demonstrations, killing four students at Kent State in Ohio and two
students at Jackson State in Mississippi, students at 400 universities
across the country went on strike -- the first general student strike in
U.S. History. 
When police shot and killed three people during the Chicano Moratorium
against the war in August 1971, a rebellion raged through East Los
Angeles for three days. 
Resistance to the war took many forms. People refused to pay war taxes.
People burned their draft cards.
Hell no, we won't go!
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