In partnership with Politico
Lessons from the 1968 Democratic Convention: Under the Shadow of Protests
Producer: Matthew Spolar
Associate Producer: Victor Couto
Reporter: Amy Lee Hochman
The turbulent 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago holds important lessons. Anti-war sentiment and political unrest darkened the national mood and fueled violent protests.
This series was produced by Matt Spolar, in partnership with Politico.
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