Lessons From The ’68 Convention >>


AIRED: 06-28-2020

Every time you turn on a TV or the Internet, you see America on fire. Buildings burning, looting happening without any pushback, statues being torn down. And it seems those in charge of responding to such things are hesitant to be too aggressive as they figure that the American Public would be angry if they did. But tonight, I look back at a couple of similar situations from our past–the 1968 Democratic Convetion and the Kent State Massacre–and I examine the long-forgotten public reaction at the time of those incidents…it tells a far different story of how the public would be likely to react today if we saw similar actions. Also, we discuss the asinine idea of Slavery Reparations.

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