This location is where Mailer is when he is asked to march on the Pentagon.
This location is the site of a raucous night of speeches and poetry.
These objects are turned in to the Justice Department in the novel.
This location is the landmark where marchers meet on Saturday.
This location reminds Mailer of the Civil War.
United States Post Office in Alexandria, Virginia
This is the first location Mailer is taken after being arrested in Washington, D.C.
This location is where arrested marchers are eventually taken for processing.
Mailer observes these objects to gauge the intensity of the marchers.
This object is worn by a Norwegian in the novel.
These objects are used by the protest organizers to issue instructions to marchers.
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