1968: A Look for New Meanings

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1968: A Look for New Meanings

  • 1978 ----- color ----- 110 min ----- vhs
  • Part One--Vietnam: The Television War (22 min) Recalls the Tet Offensive and the battle of Khe Sanh and discusses television's role in bringing the war into American living rooms. Part Two--The Black Movement (29 min) Traces the evolution of the black movement. Part Three--Student Protests (22 min) Examines the issues that sparked the nationwide campus unrest and the CIA's role. Part Four--Battle of Chicago (26 min) Reviews the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, the National Guardsmen and Mayor Daley's police, newsmen and undercover agents.
  • Topics: (American Ethnic Studies: Afro-American, History: American, Political Science: American)