Chicago Police Take on Ghosts of ’68 in NATO ClashesAndrew Harris and Tim Jones
The last time the whole world was watching, Chicago officers were condemned for engaging in a “police riot” in their clashes with protesters during the 1968 Democratic convention. Yesterday, none other than the unofficial voice of those gathered to oppose the NATO summit offered them a qualified commendation.
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