War in the streets

As the week of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago wore on, confrontations between protesters and police became more violent, reaching a peak on the night of Wednesday, August 28, when police charged and beat demonstrators with their clubs.

( Photo courtesy ACLU )

As the week of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago wore on, confrontations between protesters and police became more violent, reaching a peak on the night of Wednesday, August 28, when police charged and beat demonstrators with their clubs.

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