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KENT STATE: WHAT HAPPENED AND WHY: The four deaths at Kent State, happening when the National Guard opened fire on violent protesters, were the culmination of years of liberal radical maneuvering.
Tension filled the air as Ohio National Guardsmen made the climb toward Blanket Hill on the campus of Kent State University, and students surged toward them. The National Guard had been called to the campus following the torching of the ROTC building on Saturday night, and now, on Monday, May 4,1970, a few thousand students filled the commons area of the campus for a planned protest.
The Guardsmen half-turned, keeping a wary eye on the students drawing ever nearer--some of whom had...
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