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Burt Glinn - USA. Chicago, Democratic Convention
USA. Chicago, Illinois. 1968. Mayor of Chicago Richard DALEY waves his fist in the convention hall in defiance of the anti war protestors who clashed with the C
USA. Chicago, Illinois. 1968. Two young protestors rest outside the convention hall during the turbulent 1968 Democratic National Convention.
Ctowd holding up a sign reading "Bobby we miss you" inside the Democratic Convention.
Outside the Democratic Convention. Dick Gregory, American actor who gave up his televisual career to become a political activist.
Speakers outside the Democratic Convention. Bandaged man has been in confrontation with police in anti war demonstrations.
Crowd showing support to the Mayor of Chicago Richard DALEY who controlled the patronage at the convention & packed the balconies with his supporters
Speakers outside the Democratic Convention, on the right Dick GREGORY American actor & activist.