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1968 “Indiana was the first big turn on the primary track, and Robert Kennedy clearly popped out in front,” reported Newsweek as the 1968 Democratic presidential candidate swept the Hoosier State primary. “Could Bobby keep on winning?” the cover story asked, noting how Kennedy appeared to bridge traditional gaps between voter groups. “It’s a long time until August,” Kennedy acknowledged, but he wouldn’t make it to the Democratic Convention: Weeks later, he was shot and killed in Los Angeles, leaving the country reeling only two months after Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination.

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