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And what sort of things did you actually do to help the national hunger marchers then?
The host city itself was busy dealing with the Ontario Hunger Marchers.
In 1935, hunger marchers on the Jarrow March stayed at the Hall.
The students do not look so much like hunger marchers hauling rucksacks as they do figures clipped from Vogue magazine.
This view of Trenchardism as an authoritarian doctrine was exacerbated by specific police tactics used against hunger marchers in London, including use of batons.
In 1932 the club provided several days food and shelter in the clubhouse for a few hundred "hunger marchers" who were passing through Philadelphia on their journey to Washington, DC.
While the hunger marchers had walked the highways down to the event, they were sent home via capacity-loaded trucks, as ordered by Premier Mitchell Hepburn, to remove them from the city.
Hacker became a pacifist and socialist in her teens, having seen wounded soldiers returning from World War I, and hunger marchers from Wales and the Midlands in Oxford Street.
The Detroit Times, for example, said that "Someone, it is now admitted, blundered in the handling of the throng of Hunger Marchers that sought to present petitions at the Ford plant in River Rouge."
Yet even by the broadest definition of a North-South divide, the shadings are far grayer than history's memories of hunger marchers from the northeastern town of Jarrow trudging south to protest their plight in London in the 1930's.
There were also moments of aggravated political violence - whether clashes between hunger marchers and the police, bitter street-fights between fascists and anti-fascists which led to the Public Order Act of 1936, or accusations and counter-accusations about 'political hooliganism' when public meetings were broken up, as they frequently were.