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Spiro Agnew won't get credit for forgotten civil rights victory

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Gwynn Oak Amusement Park in Baltimore County went the way of the buffalo after Hurricane Agnes hit the area in 1973. Ten years earlier, the amusement park was the site of a civil rights demonstration; the goal of the demonstrators was to desegregate the park, whose owners refused to admit black patrons. Nearly 300 demonstrators were arrested. One of them was a young man named Michael "Mickey"...

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