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Based in Part on the Book
The Last Innocent Year: America in 1964 by Jon Margolis
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Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
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F.I.L.M. Archives, Inc.
George Tames/The New York Times/Redux
G. William Jones Film and Video Collection at SMU
Historic Films Archive, LLC
Hodding Carter III
LBJ Presidential Library
Library of Congress
NBC Universal Archives
The Oakland Tribune Collection, the Oakland Museum of California
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Ronald L. Enfield
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
Senator Barry M. Goldwater Papers, Arizona State University Libraries
Southwest Film Archives
Streamline Films, Inc.
Ted Polumbaum/Newseum collection
Thomas Hoepker/Magnum Photos
Tom Kuykendall /Free Speech Movement Archives
UCLA Film & Television Archive
McCain Library and Archives, The University of Southern Mississippi
William Klein / ARTE France
Wisconsin Historical Society
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