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  1. Today, at Kent State University, the aged hippees who are still around nearly half a century after the SDS stirred up riots the weekend of 5/4/1970 will hold a candlelight vigil to remember the four students shot while the National Guard was trying to restore order. I doubt they will spend a minute to remember the 58,000 Vietnam War dead, or those killed by the SDS or the Weather Underground. I doubt there is anyone affiliated with Kent State today who has firsthand memories of that time.

    Better to remember Star Wars.

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