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Rich Benjamin and Jamie Carmichael

What King really dreamed

By Rich Benjamin and Jamie Carmichael
January 15, 2006

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READY YOUR gospel choirs, America. The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is upon us, and the carnival is gearing up to sing saccharine once again. Politicians, nearly 40 years safe from that Memphis balcony, will shroud themselves in the content of his character. A few thoughtful people will dedicate a day of service to their communities. Banks may dangle checking ... (Full article: 779 words)

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