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Fellow Toledoan, Mustang Bobby at Shakespeare's Sister shares his memories of "That Morning." The morning 40 years ago before the world changed, that hope died, that's taken us four decades to even come close to setting right.

It was the last morning the world could still look forward to Robert F. Kennedy becoming president.

If you're old enough to remember 1968, and even as a grade-schooler the events of that year were so transformational they made a profound impact on me, complete with very vivid, "technicolor" memories, go read Bobby's piece just to refresh your recollection.

If you're too young, it's even more important that you take a look just at this incredibly well written post to get a feel for where we've been, what we've gone through, and what could have/should have been.

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