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Chicago 8 - I, Pigasus | 1
Outside the 1968 Democratic National Convention, a would-be peaceful protest erupts in violence. Investigators call it a â€œpolice riot,â€ but five months later, the newly elected President Nixon finds someone else to blame.
Aired 7 months ago 64:34
The 1968 Chicago Protests - The Battle of Michigan Avenue | 1
A special series with our sibling show Legal Wars. The 1968 Democratic National Convention attracted demonstrators from all over the country. Thousands of students, Yippies, Peaceniks, and other protestors converged in Chicago to push for an end to the Vietnam War. But the cityâ€™s police had other plans and the would-be peaceful protests erupted into violence. News programs broadcast the clashes live to a nation of stunned viewers at home. Investigators called it a â€œpolice riot,â€ but five months later, the newly elected President Nixon found someone else to blame. Check out Legal Wars for more stories behind Americaâ€™s most famous courtroom battles.Support us by supporting our sponsors!ZipRecruiter - You can try ZipRecruiter for FREE by visiting ZipRecruiter.com/AHTLightstream - You can get an additional discount by visiting Lightstream.com/TELLERS
Aired 5 months ago 21:30
The Killing (1956) Ep. 49
In this episode we breakdown one of Stanley Kubrick's early films, the noir influenced heist caper, The Killing (1956).Â Starring Sterling Hayden and a great ensemble of supporters, this film represents an early experiment in non-linear storytelling, and is an all-time great heist film.