Loyalist politician John Taylor addressing Ulster Vanguard Rally in Woodvale Park, Belfast, N Ireland. Also on the platform are Rev Roy Magee, a Presbyterian minister, who later in life was to play a crucial role in persuading loyalist paramilitaries to abandon their campaign of violence, and some members of the Orange Volunteers, a paramilitary grouping with links to the Orange Order. 197209160565
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