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Newt Minow remembers the 1968 Democratic National Convention.

"I still to this day don't understand it… because Hubert himself, I think, was against the war." Newt Minow, alternate Illinois delegate at the '68 DNC, remembers his conversations with candidate Hubert Humphrey. Watch 'Decades Presents 1968: The DNC,' premiering August 6 at 9PM Eastern on DECADES. Watch it again August 17, 25 & 28.

Bill Kurtis remembers the 1968 Democratic National Convention

"It did look like the end of the world." Legendary broadcaster and Decades presenter Bill Kurtis ... more

Anti-war activist Rennie Davis remembers the 1968 Democratic National Convention

"This was a life or death moment for the demonstrators." Rennie Davis was there at the '68 DNC. ... more

Don Rose remembers the 1968 Democratic National Convention

"Tell them they can't get away with it again when the whole world is watching." Don Rose, press ... more
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