The violence of the 60-70s was real. My neighbors brother was a policeman in chicago during the democrat convention. It was violent, and the crowds threw at the cops tennis balls with large nails pushed threw them, bags of feces and urine and finally mayor Daly said shut them down. The press wrote it as a police riot against peaceful protestors, just like they do today for the left....I believe the Chicago 7 went to trial and made a mockery of the courts, and that was before the courts were full of commies and progressives...One ran for congress and was voted in, good old Liz Taylor married one and they all loved Hanoi Jane, sitting on a vietcong gun (between her legs). If you were not an adult during those times, your ignorance and lack of knowledge is showing.
Again with the 1968 democratic convention which was supposed to be violent and has nothing with the Mayday demonstrations of 1971 in Washington DC.
So many wasted posts because people just decide to rewrite a posters subject.
Read post 34, it isn’t about the 1968 convention, or claiming there weren’t violent demonstrations or even riots in 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s America, but my posts are about the 1971 demonstration in DC.
You probably should have read post 47 before you posted that.