1968: America Boils Over

The Daily Item/CHNI News
This story discusses the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy and the impact their deaths had on the political and social climate in America during those months in 1968. Chris Ellis, a political science professor at Bucknell, provides perspective on what those events and that year meant to the country moving forward. This story was also published in The Morning Call, The Tribune-Democrat, The Meadville Tribune and Tribune Star, among others.

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