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Sioux Falls Free Thinkers endorse The Day The 60's Died for
showing our military MURDERING 4 college students in cold blood.
President Nixon cheered and so did most of the Republican
establishment. "They should have killed them all."
And just like the My Lai massacre of 500 unarmed men,
women and children herded into a ditch in Vietnam
the military was never found guilty of anything.

The Day The 60's Died
The Kent State Shootings

The Day The 60's Died (2015) - 60 minutes
The Day The 60's Died at Amazon.com

On April 30, 1970, President Richard Nixon shocked the nation by announcing the U.S. invasion of Cambodia. At college campuses across the country, masses of students took to the streets in protest. Five days later, four Kent State students would be shot dead by the National Guardsmen. The mayhem that followed has been called the most divisive moment in American history since the Civil War.

The Day the 60's Died chronicles the chaotic month May 1970, when it seemed America was at war with itself. From the students and guardsmen who witnessed the Kent State shootings to two young G.I.s in the Cambodian jungle, the film explores how the events of that turbulent spring affected who those people became, and how the shockwaves from these events have been reverberated into the present. During May 1970, frustration and anger split American society apart and we still live in the aftermath of that rift. The Day the 60's Died is an important story to be told today as our nation grapples with the growing divide in how Americans see their country and each other.


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The Day The 60's Died
The Kent State Shootings

Sioux Falls Free Thinkers endorse The Day The 60's Died for
showing our military MURDERING 4 college students in cold blood.
President Nixon cheered and so did most of the Republican
establishment. "They should have killed them all."
And just like the My Lai massacre of 500 unarmed men,
women and children herded into a ditch in Vietnam
the military was never found guilty of anything.