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Resident of Amherst, Ohio, in 1970
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A seventh-grade student in Amherst, Ohio, in 1970, John Zbornik describes his feelings and reactions when he heard about the May 4 shootings at Kent State University. He discusses how he was affected by John Filo's photograph of Mary Ann Vecchio and Jeffrey Miller that he saw in the Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper.
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Oklahoma City (Okla.)
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Cleveland Plain Dealer
Kent State Shootings, Kent, Ohio, 1970
Miller, Jeffrey, d. 1970--Photographs
Right-wing extremists--United States
Vecchio, Mary Ann--Photographs
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