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CIO pamphleteer Charles J. Moos '38 and a colleague who preferred to remain anonymous created quite a show at the Sanders meeting yesterday when they appeared with Congressman Bernard to advertise a "second Boston Tea-Party." Dressed in Indian clothes they led a nondescript element of peace strikers and Radcliffites into Congress Street in Boston.
The large crowd which had gathered at the wharf to witness the dumping over of Japanese and German goods appeared rather disappointed at the affair, which turned out to be entirely for the benefit of the news cameramen on hand. As no one had bothered to procure bona fide foreign goods, empty boxes were used.
The wharf meeting concluded with a chant of "End the embargo on Loyalist Spain" to the tune of "Ring around the Rosy."
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