McTernan, John
August 2003
Community Care;8/28/2003, Issue 1487, p20
Focuses on famous leaders who were assassinated in the late 1960s. Portion of a speech given by civil rights activist Martin Luther King on August 28, 1963; Legacy left by King and Robert Kennedy.


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