Protesters across the country are getting ready for a major event in January -- the presidential inauguration.
Groups are using Web sites, e-mails and word of mouth to try and gather thousands of demonstrators in the nation's capital on January 20th.
But many demonstrators won't have a single button or sign to identify them. Instead, some organizers plan for thousands to line the route of the inaugural parade and turn their backs on President Bush. One person says the idea is particularly good because there's no way to know who's protesting until the moment it begins.
Others are planning more familiar protests, including an anti-war rally and march to the White House and a bike ride that could disrupt city traffic.
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