“Vice-president goes to prison, Christian witness against war”
This newspaper chronicles Rev. James M. Lawson, Jr.’s imprisonment after conscientiously objecting to being drafted. The Methodist youth viewership formalizes Lawson’s community for the viewer, and the front page describes other social issues this audience supported. Notably, the article on Rev. Lawson takes up a majority of the newspaper’s front page, suggesting the event’s regional and national importance.