Well there's always the memories– November 15, 1969 Here's an article sourcing the same study from [NPRhttp://www.npr.org/2011/04/15/135391188/whatever-happened-to-the-anti-war-movement] which offers an interesting suggestion for a new dynamic collaboration. (Emphasis mine)
“As president, Obama has maintained the occupation of Iraq and escalated the war in Afghanistan,” Heaney, an assistant professor of organizational studies and political science, said in a news release. “The anti-war movement should have been furious at Obama's 'betrayal' and reinvigorated its protest activity.” Instead, Heaney continued, “attendance at anti-war rallies declined precipitously and financial resources available to the movement have dissipated. The election of Obama appeared to be a demobilizing force on the anti-war movement, even in the face of his pro-war decisions.” So is Barack Obama the new George W. Bush? Could a “new, non-Democratic” anti-war coalition rise up to protest against the wars being waged today? Boaz asks. “And the $64,000 question — though these days it would have to be at least a $64 billion question — could a new anti-war movement hook up with the Tea Party movement in a 'Stop the War, Stop the Spending' revolt?” After all, the Tea Party has shown that it knows how to stage demonstrations.