In our third and final conversation about Gerald Horne’s new book, Revolting Capital, we discuss Washington, DC’s April 1968 revolt, which one study said forever changed the trajectory of the city. And a view from a movement of young Filipino activists recently arrested after protesting a visit to the Washington by Philippines president Ferdinand Marcos. Plus headlines.
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