By day, he builds bum bikes. By night, he's--Sprunger-Froese: Peace Activist!
The movement's impactWar protesters are slow to claim responsibility for the swing in the polls [against the war], but they suspect the movement has some role in nudging public opinion.
"Partly it's because some folks see more light and act," said 57-year-old peace activist Peter Sprunger-Froese, sporting an anti-war button as he sat in a Colorado Springs warehouse where he assembles bicycles for the homeless. "And partly it's the persistence of an earlier voice that is deepening."
By the way, check out this pic the Post runs with the story, of your typical Denver anti-war protester:
You're sixteen, so beautiful, and you're Allah's.
Hell of a picture. In fact, it reminded me of another great shot I'd seen in the Post, this accompanying the paper's story last summer on the "March for Lebanon":
Remarkable. Different photographers, too.