Few moments in history can be seen as pivotal. The anti-war movement took such a turn on October 21, 1967 when at least 100,00 Americans took their protests directly to the war making hub: the Pentagon. What did it mean, what was achieved, how was the anti-war movement changed? Our guest was there. UNH English professor Michael Ferber was then in his early 20s and back then he was involved with people like Dr. Benjamin Spock and Noam Chomsky. Though Abbie Hoffman’s scheme to levitate the Pentagon 300 feet and spin until all its evil spirits were released did not actually happen, nothing was the same after the march. It was a measurable moment where public opinion shifted.