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1968 -- The Year I Was Afraid

1968 was a terrible year in American history.  Those of us old enough to remember the assassinations of RFK and MLK, the riots and chaos at the Democrat National Convention in Chicago (along with a score of other calamities), might recall the questions which hung in the air as to whether or not the Republic would survive.  It did, thankfully, and actually moved forward.  He's a brief look back:  1968

(h.t. Mike D'Virgilio)

Reader Comments (1)

I remember a special that aired in the 70’s, called 1968: A crack in time. Even then, just 10 or so years after the fact, the significance of ‘68 could be seen.
April 9, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterBrian Davilla

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