Chaos: How One Chicago Cop Survived the Riots of 1968

1968 saw the assassination of Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. In Chicago 1968 was the year of The Democratic Convention. Officer Wayne Wiberg was there and he gives us the rare perspective of a policeman in the middle of a “police riot.”

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3 Responses to “Chaos: How One Chicago Cop Survived the Riots of 1968”
  1. Josh says:

    This is northing like the perspective I am used to.

  2. Heya, I was reading one more problem about this on a different blog a couple of minutes ago only. Fascinating point of view you have in contrast to the other 1 I read earlier but hey, it is your opinion after all. – And I’m leaning more towards yours, haha. :)

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