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    Remains of houses that caught on fire during a shootout between the domestic terrorist organization, Symbionese Liberation Army, and the Los Angeles Police Department in Los Angeles on May 17, 1974. Guy Crowder Collection. Institute for Arts and Media Photographs.

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