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USA. Chicago, Illinois. 1968. Two young protestors rest outside the convention hall during the turbulent 1968 Democratic National Convention.

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Burt Glinn, Two young protestors rest outside the convention hall during the turbulent 1968 Democratic Convention, Chicago, Illinois, 1968

1968 Democratic National Convention | DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION - 1968

Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago struggled to be heard at a microphone as shouts from spectators in the galleries drowned out his voice at the 1968 Democratic National Convention.

Chicago, 1968    Antiwar demonstrators protesting US involvement in the Vietnam War outside the Democratic National convention; photo by Charles H. Phillips

Chicago, 1968 A sad day emerged from the Antiwar demonstrators protesting US involvement in the Vietnam War outside the Democratic National convention; photo by Charles H.

Lee Balterman, 1920 - 2012    Protestors at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.

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Lee Balterman, 1920 - 2012 Protestors at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.

On August 26, 1968, the Democratic National Convention begins in Chicago (confrontations between protesters and the Chicago Police make it the most violent in U.S. history).

ThanksOn August the Democratic National Convention begins in Chicago (confrontations between protesters and the Chicago Police make it the most violent in U.

A man holds up a photo of Robert F Kennedy while protesting during the Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, 1968. The sign reads 'God and Robert Kennedy are for peace Amen' and has an American flag affixed to it.

A man holds up a photo of Robert F Kennedy while protesting during the Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, The sign reads 'God and Robert Kennedy are for peace Amen' and has an American flag affixed to it.

Culture Through Politics. Propaganda. Art. : 1968 Democratic National Convention

Chicago Police charged demonstrators during the 1968 DNC. The officer in the photo actually sued The Times and Life magazine, and Barton.

American actor and activist Ossie Davis (1917 - 2005) speaks at an Anti-Vietnam War rally outside the 1968 Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, Augiut 1968.

American actor and activist Ossie Davis - speaks at an Anti-Vietnam War rally outside the 1968 Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, Augiut

A photgrapher bleeding from a head wound given to him by police during the riots in Grant Park outside the 1968 Democratic National Convention gives the peace sign as he is interviewed, Chicago, Illinois, August 28, 1968. The demonstration, held across the street from Democratic Headquarters Hotel, erupted into violence after Chicago police tried to break up the anti-Vietnam War protest.

A photgrapher bleeding from a head wound given to him by police during the riots in Grant Park outside the 1968 Democratic National Convention gives the peace sign as he is interviewed, Chicago, Illinois, August 28, 1968. The demonstration, held across the street from Democratic Headquarters Hotel, erupted into violence after Chicago police tried to break up the anti-Vietnam War protest.

William S Burroughs, Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 1968.

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The Night of Terror: 100 Years Today (November 14, 2017) , Women Were Beaten and Tortured For the Right to Vote - Remembering the forgotten history of the Women's Suffrage Movement's "Night of Terror": When we tell our children about the fight for women's suffrage in America, we often tell a sanitized version of the story.

The night of terror on 1917 suffragettes were imprisoned and tortured for protesting for the right to vote outside the Wilson White House

1968 Democratic National Convention (Chicago)

1968 Democratic National Convention (Chicago)

Are we having fun yet? Gene McCarthy (l.) and Hubert Humphrey (c.) listen to George McGovern at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago's International Amphitheater.

Democratic National Convention, 1968 - Photos - Political party: Republican & Democratic Conventions through the years

Gene McCarthy (l.) and Hubert Humphrey (c.) listen to George McGovern at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago's International Amphitheater.

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