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Eight somewhat less successful marches on the Utah Capitol than Sunday’s Latino Dignity March (turnout estimated between 20,000 and 50,000):


8. The Harvey & Cannonball Army’s “Save Hotel Balderdash” protest (1982)


7. The Utah ski industry’s “Stop Park City’s Secession to Colorado” march/slalom (1984)


6. The Intermountain Flannel Importers’ “Give Grunge a Chance” rally/mosh (1992)


5. The Y2K = Death Coalition’s “Reset the Night” march of impending doom (1999)


4. The Anti-Olympics Committee’s “So, We Can Maybe Still Turn This Around” rally (2002)


3. The Rocky Anderson “A Clean Bar on Every Corner, a Dirty Martini in Every Hand” march/stagger (2005)


2. The United Voices in Merrill Cook’s Head’s “Run, Cook-y, Run!” imaginary march and hotdog-eating contest (2006)


1. The Utah Minuteman Project’s “Pro-America Rally” (2006)

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