I think it's safe to say this is the most divisive presidential election since 1968. No candidates have been shot yet, but the rhetoric is off the charts. It seems daily there are arrests at Trump rallies. With gun rights, and the supreme court majority on the table tensions are quite high. With this level of hostility so early in the race it makes me worry about what will happen at the conventions during the hot months ahead. The split in the GOP somewhat mirrors that of the DNC in 68. Race again is a major issue as is poverty, and the potential for more war. There is also a generational divide as there was in 68. The millenials are the first generation with the numbers to match those of the baby-boomers who came of age in the 60's. I'm not trying to be alarmist, but it looks like there are going to be violent clashes on the streets before this is over. And maybe afterward. Likely not 60's level clashes, but the biggest disturbances since then.