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January 18, 2010




I was pleased that NPR ran a series of King speeches this morning, including some of the lesser-known ones, at least to me. I was struck by how specific he was in articulating problems and solutions, and by the level of vocabulary--he employed the full richness of the language to express his ideas. He was a pleasure to listen to for what he said and not just the way he said it. Sigh.

John Petty

Funny thing. I was driving to lunch yesterday when I heard the "I have a dream" speech--again--on NPR. Naturally, I had to sit there in the parking lot until I'd listened to the whole thing.

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