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From JFK to Trump: The Cultural Legacy of the 1960's

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The year 1968 included two major assassinations, violent protests in big cities, upheavals on college campuses, a riot at the Democratic National Convention, all the while an unpopular war was raging in Vietnam. In this tumultuous atmosphere the country saw clear divisions between liberal and conservative culture.

Fifty years later, Dr. James Piereson, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, reflects on this division to explain the unexpected outcome of our country's most recent presidential election.

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