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1968 Democratic Convention

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  1. Held in the Chicago at the International Amphitheater, the convention was one of the shocking US events in 1968, which saw widespread protest and violence inside the amphitheater and outside. A large police presence was maintained which culminated in confrontations between protesters and policemen outside the center. Posted by: RCBooba on Apr 10, 2008 (0) (0)
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