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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/November 19, 2007 Issue (on newsstands Monday, November 12)
Date:11/11/2007

COVER: "1968: The Year That Made Us Who We Are" (p. 42). "There was at the end of 1968 an event that remains an inspirational symbol for the challenges ahead. For the Sixties were also the glory years of the American space program, and of astronauts such as Captain Jim Lovell," writes former NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw, in his forthcoming book, "BOOM! Voices of the Sixties," excerpted in the cover package in which Newsweek looks back at one of the defining years of the 1960s -- 1968 -- a turbulent period in American history. Senior Writer and Political Correspondent Jonathan Darman writes that the 1968 election is four decades old, and yet we're still rehashing that moment-that era-in the 2008 contest. Barack Obama was born in the 1960s, but is not of them. Such is the constant promise -- I am not the '60s -- of his presidential campaign-heartfelt, but ultimately hard to believe. Just look at the gray- haired '60s idealists inside the senator's own brain trust who see him as the fulfillment of 40 years' worth of hard work. John McCain is also the '60s. McCain knows what Obama should have learned by now: the '60s are impossible to escape. They will define the 2008 presidential election, just as they have defined American politics, and American culture, for the past 40 years.

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"The Worst Week" (p. 44). Editor-at-Large Evan Thomas writes that in a year of tumult, one five-day span in early spring '68 was disorder distilled culminating in the assassination of King. Lyndon Johnson's presidency was collapsing. Robert Kennedy had openly announced his intention to reclaim the throne in the memory of his brother. Martin Luther King Jr., the civil rights leader, was on his way back to Memphis to rally striking sanitatio
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