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Series VII. Videoscassettes [series]:
VHS "The Streets Belong to the People" (V-49)
Videocassette of "The Streets Belong to the People," made from footage shot by Ralph and Sarah Diamant and James Sheldon in the Streets of Chicago during th 1968 Democratic National Convention, in connection with Sarah Diamant's Ph.D. thesis. Includes footage of anti-war protestors speaking about the Vietnam War, non-violent protest, the American political system, Democratic nominees Hubert Humphrey and Eugene McCarthy, and more. Also footage of the resulting clashes between the protestors and the Chicago Police Department and National Guard.

VHS "The Streets Belong to the People" (Copy) (V-49 )
VHS "The Streets Belong to the People" Out takes, no sound (V-208)
VHS "The American Experience: Chicago 1968" (V-238)
Videocassette of "The American Experience: Chicago 1968," a narrated story of the 1968 Democratic National Convention and related demonstrations and riots by the "Yippies." Footage includes Democratic National Convention, protestors at the "Festival of Life" (Grant and Lincoln Parks), and resulting riots. Includes scenes from "The Streets Belong to the People."

Beta "The Streets Belong to the People" (Copy) (V-441)