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April 07, 1986

Two more anti-apartheid protesters were arrested on the lawn of the Wisconsin Capitol in Madison as they tried to rebuild symbolic shanties that were ripped down by police the night before. The latest arrests came after demonstrators tried to bring scraps of wood to a site where police had dismantled shanties Friday and Saturday nights, resulting in 17 arrests. Some of the 50 protesters on the lawn yelled obscenities at police after the latest arrests.

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