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Hot Town Poster, Andrew Jackson Mouth, and Modoc Basket

  • Aired: 08/23/2011
  • 56:09
  • Rating: NR
In this episode, what is the story behind this poster with an angry cop and a clenched fist? "The streets belong to the people. Dig it?" Then, Elyse Luray tries to reunite a vandalized sculpture of President Andrew Jackson. And Wes Cowan finds the name and life of a Native American heroine woven into a Modoc basket.
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An angry poster from the violent 60s, reuniting a broken statue, and a heroine's basket.
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