Protesters unpatriotic? PERSIAN GULF SHOWDOWN

It's your call

February 05, 1991

Americans have a long tradition of public protest as an exercise of free speech. But protesters against the Persian Gulf war are sometimes viewed as unpatriotic. We'd like to know what you believe.

Are people who protest the war unpatriotic?

Is it sometimes patriotic to protest government policy?

Do protests against the war hurt the morale of our troops?

You can also record a comment that may be used for publication. If you wish to comment, please record your name, address and phone number along with the comment.

The call is local and must be made from a Touch-Tone phone. The SUNDIAL number is 783-1800 or, in Anne Arundel County, 268-7736. When you reach SUNDIAL enter category 4600 and wait for instructions from the announcer. Call with your opinion between 10 a.m. and midnight. The results will be published in this section tomorrow. A story based on the comments will follow.

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