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    Artists and the 1968 Chicago Democratic Convention

    Scholars talked about the artists' role during the chaotic 1968 presidential nominating convention. The panelists explored the impact of musicians and their messages, and writer Norman Mailer’s…

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    Media and The 1968 Chicago Democratic Convention

    This is a panel discussion on how the media covered the chaotic 1968 Democratic presidential nominating convention, especially the street rioting and Chicago police response. Northwestern…

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    Panel on the Port Huron Statement

    Panelists talked about student unrest in the 1960s. Tom Hayden was the original drafter of "The Port Huron Statement", the founding document of the Students for a Democratic Society in 1962. The…

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    Who Is a Journalist?

    The Panelists discussed the criteria and boundaries of being a journalist. Carol Marin talked about the commitment of journalists to objectivity and conviction. Ms. Marin was involved in the…

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    What is Journalism?

    Journalists and scholars analyzed local television news and the journalistic standards by which local news operates. They answered audience questions.

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    Advocacy Journalism

    Participants talked about the role of advocacy and alternative journalism. Ms. Patty Calhoun, Founder and Editor of Westword, spoke about changes within the alternative press movement,…

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