1960s America Essay | 1960s America

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1960s America

Summary: Discusses America in the 1960s era. Mentions historical highlights, including the Chicago Democratic National Convention and the Kent State University protest. Describes how the era changed the nation.
The sixty's era mainly consisted of various protests and drugs. Theses protests were generally based on the subject of the Vietnam War. Out of the many protests, two of the most remembered were the Chicago National Convention and the Kent State University protests. The Chicago National Convention protest was so well remembered because of its immaculate turn out of both demonstrators and law enforcement. The Kent State University protest is remembered because four students died due to the power-tripped law enforcement (Cope). The Kent State University and Democratic National Convention were two of the most prominent protests that greatly symbolize the protesting period of the sixties.

The demonstration at Kent State University was intended for an antiwar protest. The students organized the protest just as many other protests were organized, intended to be a peaceful sit in. They wanted to protest against President Nixon's actions because he sent...

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