1968 Chicago Protests
by Drew Marshall
November 6, 2016 2011-11-18T20:00:16-05:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/a34/301278-m.jpgProtests at DNC in Chicago and the beggining of Humphrey's acceptance speech.
Protests at DNC in Chicago and the beggining of Humphrey's acceptance speech.
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