Comparing the anti-war demonstrators of the '60s and the '90s, I'd say the major difference is about a foot of hair.

- Actually, there are a number of differences. In the '60s, when they sang, "We Shall Overcome," the demonstrators had the words memorized and weren't reading them.- In the '60s, it was several years before the anti-war movement got started. This time, they held a protest march on the gulf war's one-hour anniversary.