Photos: The '68 Democratic Convention

Images from the exhibit "The Whole World Was Watching" at Panopticon Gallery
By RON POWNALL  |  August 27, 2008

In this week's PhoenixGreg Cook looks at photographer Ron Pownall's images from 1968 Democratic National Convention as part of the exhibit, "The Whole World Was Watching: Images from the 1968 Chicago Riots" at Panopticon Gallery. Also, check out our up-to-the-minute convention coverage with updates and images from the 2008 conventions.


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