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As we observe the Presidents 100th birthday just days before my own 70th I know that I shall not live into a new era anything like that of the Kennedy years. The mid-century consensus he embodied was politically extraordinary, with achievements that ran from the interstate highway system through civil rights, Medicare and the landing on the moon, but it was emotionally constricted, and my own Boom generation was certain to rebel. Had it not been for Vietnam, I shall always believe, that rebellion might have been less destructive and important parts of the postwar consensus might have survived. Instead, for 40 years I have watched my contemporaries tear down most of our political inheritance. Someday, new generations will rebuild itbut that day is a long way off. I am very glad to have been a small part, and a chronicler, of the Kennedy era.
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But I think what I have realise now is that over a period of time, the general wear and tear of policing caught up with me, and alongside that general wear and tear, I think every police officer will have stories to tell about places they have been and faces.
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But some made sure they left their mark, damaging ministerial buildings. Police responded with rubber bullets and tear gas
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credibility, he has no support. Many of those who came to demonstrate were peaceful. But some made sure they left their mark, damaging ministerial buildings. Police responded with rubber bullets and tear gas
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using excessive force during months of anti-government demonstrations are America's editor Candice. Reports Venezuela's chief prosecutor Luisa ortega is one of the few critical voices within the government of President Nicolas maduro she's spoken up several times this year this time she said excessive force is being used by security personnel to tackle the almost daily anti-government protests in one place you said riot police and Fire tear gas canisters at close range killing a 21 year old student feel sick and and increasing use of military tribunals to try protesters a nonpartisan the agency in the United States is about 23 million people will lose health insurance over the next decade under the new Healthcare plan champion by president Trump.
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government protests in one place you said riot police fire tear gas canisters at close range killing a 21 year old student feel sick and and the increasing use of military tribunals to try protesters that was kind of beer at home Stuart McIntosh in London with the latest world news from the BBC American officials say a US Navy Destroyer has conducted what's been described as a freedom of navigation operation near disputed islands in the South China Sea it's the first such operations since Donald Trump became president and is aimed at challenging Chinese attempts to control that part of the South China Sea which has busy shipping lanes 1000th of demonstrators of March to the Belgian capital Brussels after president trump arrived in talks with EU and NATO leaders the protest.
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