The Whole World Is Watching

 

The Whole World Is Watching focuses on the week of the August 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago when there were more than three million people in the city and more than three million stories about what really happened. Through a collage of stories from the viewpoints of police officers, journalists, clergy, workers, demonstrators, students, politicians and Yippies, The Whole World is Watching recalls the implications that the riots had on national politics.