Berkeley and Watts: Shaking the Calif. Dream

In the early 1960s, California was hailed as a model for America's future. But youth unrest at Berkeley and rioting in Watts offered a very different reality. By the end of the 60s, the dream had been badly shaken. Read more on 'Day to Day's California Dreaming blog.

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