Kent State Incident.
America Kills Its Children" - Kent State Incident : May 4, 1970
Following Richard Nixon's annoucement on April 30 of the invasion of Cambodia and the need to draft 150,000 more soldiers for the Vietnam War effort, protesters started antiwar rallies at Kent State. On May 4. 1970, a group of National Guardsmen fired a volley of shots that killed 4 students and wounded 9 on the Campus of Kent State University in Ohio. It was the bloodiest incident in the history of campus conflict. It was also the most bitter, dividing the generations in their reactions. It's interesting to see first what w…
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