During the "summers" of 1967 and 1968, number of centres-cities took fire in the United States. The great anger of Blacks, exasperated to be kept away from the american dream, turned against their own neighbourhoods. They were battling the police, the national guard. There were many people dead, tens of thousands of arrests. But the scenes of violence that marked the more the american public occurred in the margins of the democratic national Convention, in late August 1968, Chicago.
president Johnson, a democrat, responsible for the significant increase in the engagement mil...
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