Michael Cooper was most famous for shooting candid moments with the Rolling Stones and the cover of the Beatles’ 1967 album Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. But in the summer of 1968 he found himself in Chicago to witness ‘America’s crack-up’ – as a police riot filled television screens and an inter-generational conflict opened up over the Vietnam war

CHICAGO 68: The Whole World is Watching, Photographs by Michael Cooper, with text by Terry Southern is being published by Hat & Beard Press

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