Senator Robert Kennedy stands atop an automobile in a light rain as students of the University of Kansas surround him after a speech in Lawrence, Kansas, on March 19, 1968. The newly-declared Presidential candidate had attacked administration policies in Vietnam in the speech. (AP Photo)
Senator Robert Kennedy stands atop an automobile in a light rain as students of the University of Kansas surround him after a speech in Lawrence, Kansas, on March 19, 1968. The newly-declared Presidential candidate had attacked administration policies in Vietnam in the speech. (AP Photo) Associated Press
Senator Robert Kennedy stands atop an automobile in a light rain as students of the University of Kansas surround him after a speech in Lawrence, Kansas, on March 19, 1968. The newly-declared Presidential candidate had attacked administration policies in Vietnam in the speech. (AP Photo) Associated Press

1961-1970: Unrest and patriotism

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