Thirty years ago tonight — August 28, 1968 — saw violence in the streets of Chicago, host city to the Democratic National Convention. The Democrats were deeply divided over the war in Vietnam, and thousands of young people went to Chicago to protest. Independent producer Barrett Golding has collected some of the sounds of the Summer of '68 that culminated in the Chicago protests.
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