In Photos: Returning Home From the Vietnam War

As the Democratic national convention gathered to elect a presidential candidate, thousands of police officers were reinforced by the US military to face anti-Vietnam war protesters who descended on Chicago

Esquire magazine assembled a team of world-famous writers backed by a rock photographer to cover the moment when extraordinary politics needed something out of the ordinary: left, to right, French novelist Jean Genet; beat poet Allen Ginsberg; new journalism satirist Terry Southern; and Beat Generation author William S Burroughs

Demonstrators were met by an intimidating military presence and were soon beset by teargas and police clubs during four days of violence

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