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Talk on the presidential election of 1968

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Stonehill College history professor Gary Hylander will deliver the final installment of his four-part series of talks on US presidential elections at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Norfolk Public Library. “Bring Us Together’’ will focus on the 1968 campaign, which saw the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, rioting in the streets of Chicago during the Democratic National Convention, and Republican Richard M. Nixon narrowly edging out Democrat Hubert Humphrey, as well as American Independent Party candidate George Wallace. For more information, call the library at 508-528-3380 or visit library.virtualnorfolk.org .

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