by J. Samuel Walker
50 years later no one knows for sure, but these are some self-evident factors.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
When Alan Shane Dillingham, a historian at Spring Hill College in Alabama, lectures on the 1960s he starts by displaying a timeline of the decade’s most iconic, tumultuous year — 1968.
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