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1988

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Civil Rights activist Rosa Parks joins Philadelphia Mayor Goode in a symbolic striking of the cracked Liberty Bell at Independent Plaza on January 18, 1988 at approximately the same time bells in Atlanta and London were rung in memory of the late Martin Luther King. The ceremony was part of day long activities to celebrate the holiday of Martin Luther King Day. (UPI Photo/Anderson/Files)
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San Francisco, CA, May 25, 1988 --- Democratic presidential candidates Michael Dukakis (L) and Jesse Jackson try to make a point at the same time during their televised debate 5/25/1988. --- (UPI Photo)
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Washington, DC -- July 12, 1988 --- Jesse Jackson addresses the national convention of the NAACP 7/12/1988 after he was passed over for the second spot on the Democratic ticket by certain nominee Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis. Jackson told the group, "One thing I know...I may not be on the ticket but I am qualified." (UPI Photo/Tim Clary)
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Sen. Ted Kennedy (L) congratulates his son Patrick (C) at a victory party in providence, RI on the night of September 14, 1988. Pat is a recent graduate from Providence College and a resident of Providence, and unseated opponent and incumbent Hack Skeffington, in the State Democratic race in the Elmwood section of Providence. His mother Joan, standing behind him, proudly applauds to the victory. (UPI Photo/Files)
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Presidential candidate, Representative Richard Gephardt beams as he and his wife Jane depart from a downtown rally today 2/15/1988 in Portsmouth, NH. (UPI Photo/Phil Scalia)
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VAN2000063002 - 30 JUNE 2000 - VANCOUVER, B.C. CANADA: Standing to the left of 'Super Barrio', opposition leader Cuauhtemoc Cardenas heads a massive peaceful protest against election fraud at the Alamada on Avenue Juarez, Mexico City on December 1, 1988, during President Salinas Gotari's Inauguration. Months earlier ballot counting was halted allegedly due to computer glitches as Cardenas took an early lead in Mexican presidential elections; several days later PRI candidate Salinas Gotari won by the slightest of margins. Cuautemoc Cardenas is now one of the leading candidates in Mexico's upcoming election. mc/hr/H Ruckemann UPI File Photo
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VAN2000063013 - 30 JUNE 2000 - Mexico City, Mexico: Tens of thousands of supporters of opposition leader Cuauhtemoc Cardenas gather at Monumenta de Independencia, Mexico City for a march to the Zocalo to protest election fraud, December 1, 1988. Months earlier ballot counting was halted allegedly due to computer glitches as Cardenas took an early lead in Mexican presidential elections; several days later PRI candidate Salinas Gotari won by the slightest of margins. hr/H Ruckemann UPI File Photo
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