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“The Day the Movement Died.” Article by Dotson Rader. Esquire, November, 130-35, 194, 196-98, 200, 202, 204. Mailer is quoted several times in this long article on the decline and fall of various protest movements. Rpt: In a revised form as “With Mailer at the Senator’s” in Blood Dues. New York: Knopf, 1973. Rader’s book also includes an account of the anti-war rally at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York on 6 December 1971 at which a dramatic fragment from Why Are We in Vietnam? (67.15) was read. Also reprinted in the “Fiftieth Anniversary Collector’s Issue,” Esquire: How We Lived, 1933-1983 (June 1983). See 67.15, 85.11.