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Politics, protests, and pandemic, the striking similarities between 1968 and 2020

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Halfway into 2020 and it is already one of the most tumultuous years in recent history. NBC News’ Dasha Burns looks back to 1968 when politics, protests, and pandemic combined in explosive ways.