MN History Quiz: Which Minn. governor was the target of an alleged kidnapping?

On Nov. 13, 1970, police arrest a man on charges of conspiracy to kidnap Minnesota's governor and a member of the St. Paul city council. Who were the targets? A) Rudy Perpich and Ron Maddox. B) Al Quie and Dave Thune. C) Harold LeVander and Rosalie Butler. For the answer, click on the headline above...
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C) On Nov. 13, 1970, police arrest Ronald Reed, 20, on charges of conspiracy to kidnap Gov. Harold LeVander and St. Paul city councilwoman Rosalie Butler and hold them hostage for exchange with black political prisoners. Police connect Reed to the Black Panther Party, which denies Reed's membership in the party.

 Photo courtesy: Minnesota Historical Society

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