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On Aug. 14, 2000, the rock band Rage Against The Machine performed outside of the Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles.
“Our democracy has been hijacked,” lead singer Zack de la Rocha said as he addressed the crowd at the beginning of the show. “We are not going to allow these streets to be taken over by the Democrats or the Republicans.”
Back then, people complained about $1.80 gas – nothing compared to recent lows of $2.88.
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