Behind King Memorial, One Fraternity's Long Battle : NPR: The thousands of visitors at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington this week will reflect on the controversial likeness of the man, his legacy and the significance of the first nonpresident — and first African-American — immortalized on the National Mall.
I was actually interviewed for this. I doubt that any of it will survive. But what King stood for will indeed survive and flourish because it is stronger than Exxon and Ford and the devious servants of evil in the world.
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