The summer of 2020 has given the United States its worst taste of social unrest since the year 1968 when multiple assassinations and riots rocked the nation.
On CNN.com, historian Julian Zelizer wrote that “it’s hard for Baby Boomers not to feel like this is 1968 all over again.” Zelizer’s statement carries much truth.
Today, a new generation of men and women has taken to the streets and, like they did more than 50 years ago, the protesters are voicing concern about America’s social inequality a...
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