41 years ago, 4 bombings swept up the seacoast from Boston to New Hampshire

Terrorism in Boston used to be a somewhat regular occurrence. And in 1976, the city saw it from all angles, from radical leftists to hardline busing segregationists.

However, the violence reached its pinnacle 41 years ago (Today), when a series of four bombs targeted cornerstones of the area’s civic institutions. Two National Guard trucks at an armory and a plane at Logan airport were destroyed. Another went off in a Newburyport courthouse. A post office across the border in Seabrook, New Hampshire was also blown out. | More…

| Boston.com

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