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  • It is, arguably, America's most fervent preserver of what remains of the Age of Aquarius; where medical pot abounds and the annual 4/20 "smoke-in" attracts thousands.

    Paul Korda: Another Loser With a Laptop

  • Marijuana advocates have their annual 420 smoke-in

    Mitchel Raphael

  • "I just thought, 'If you're going to read to plants to make them grow, what better than to read to cannabis plants something about the effects of the drug?'", and photographer Mark Leffingwell's "collective intoxication" picture depicting 10,000 people gathered at the University of Colorado for a "smoke-in" to commemorate "420", an event observed across America every 20 April to promote the legalisation of marijuana.

    Drugs: the highs and lows

  • Close-by, a different celebration got underway: The annual “smoke-in” of the Youth International Party (Yippies), an organization founded twelve years ago by counterculture celebrities Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin.

    ‘What the Heck Are You Up To, Mr. President?’

  • We had a 4:20 smoke-in in front of Parliament a few months ago, mainly organised by activists affiliated with the Legalise Cannabis Party.

    ALL I need to know about the Revolution is what I heard in Vegas

  • Later that year Hoffman staged a "smoke-in" in which people went to Tompkins Square Park and smoked marijuana, which was pretty much what everyone had been doing anyway.

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • However, prior to this, I am going to participate in a "smoke-in" on May 1.

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  • Did Tony actually join the President on the balcony for the smoke-in?

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • She said that her organization plans to organize an outdoor "smoke-in" on May 23.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • In response, students on nearly all PASSHE campuses have organized daily "smoke-in"

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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  • "Demonstrations always will be an important form of protest. The structure can vary from a rally or teach-in to a massive civil disobedience such as the confronting of the warmakers at the Pentagon or a smoke-in. A demonstration is different from other forms of warfare because it invites people other than those planning the action via publicity to participate. It also is basically non-violent in nature."

    - Abbie Hoffman, 'Steal This Book', 1971.

    February 18, 2009