Price protests: 1946-66
Demonstrations to save the Office of Price Controls which had kept prices low and inflation in check during World War II.

After the war, a Republican Congress sought to repeal many of the New Deal and World War II programs.

Later in the decade, women in Washington, D.C. launched a successful meat boycott.

The tactic was revived in the 1960s as a spontaneous boycott of rising prices swept the nation, including in Washington, D.C.
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