January 18, 2010
Words That Resonate

Like Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and Abraham Lincoln before him, Martin Luther King, Jr. was a powerful writer whose words transcend the time and place that they were written.

Listen to the words of this speech. It astounds me that they were even necessary, and that the dream has not yet quite been achieved.

But we're getting closer, my friends.

Posted by on January 18, 2010 05:11 PM in the following Department(s): Writing

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I think that we should pause and mull over how different the nation would be today if Martin Luther King, Jr. had [censored by the thought police].

Not necessarily better, but certainly different.

Posted by: Taed on January 21, 2010 6:53 AM

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