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The '''''{{PAGENAME}}''''' was a [[San Francisco]] [[newspaper]]. On [[14 February]] [[1968]], it reported that a circular symbol with an "R" in it — the symbol of the [[Revolution Man]] — appeared on both towers of [[San Francisco]]'s [[Golden Gate Bridge]]. While some hailed the Revolution Man as a sort of Messiah, [[Lieutenant]] [[Marco Phillips]] said that the act of vandalism served to "promote the activities of [[drug]]-takers and draft-dodgers". ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Revolution Man (novel)|Revolution Man]]'')
 
The '''''{{PAGENAME}}''''' was a [[San Francisco]] [[newspaper]]. On [[14 February]] [[1968]], it reported that a circular symbol with an "R" in it — the symbol of the [[Revolution Man]] — appeared on both towers of [[San Francisco]]'s [[Golden Gate Bridge]]. While some hailed the Revolution Man as a sort of Messiah, [[Lieutenant]] [[Marco Phillips]] said that the act of vandalism served to "promote the activities of [[drug]]-takers and draft-dodgers". ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Revolution Man (novel)|Revolution Man]]'')
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Revision as of 19:30, 26 February 2019

San Francisco Chronicle

The San Francisco Chronicle was a San Francisco newspaper. On 14 February 1968, it reported that a circular symbol with an "R" in it — the symbol of the Revolution Man — appeared on both towers of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge. While some hailed the Revolution Man as a sort of Messiah, Lieutenant Marco Phillips said that the act of vandalism served to "promote the activities of drug-takers and draft-dodgers". (PROSE: Revolution Man)

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