Give peace a chance

By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  August 26, 2009

ON AUGUST 16, THE WORLD MARCH FOR PEACE & NONVIOLENCE CELEBRATED THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF JOHN'S AND YOUR 1969 BED-IN WITH A "PEACE BED," BANDS, AND SPEAKERS IN CENTRAL PARK. WHAT WAS YOUR REACTION TO THE EVENT? I think it's great! I was wishing very strongly that they would have a good time, and I was with them in spirit.

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