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Dr. King, Labor Leader


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Dr. King, Labor Leader

Lee Saunders

The photograph is iconic. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., only 39 years old but the nation’s most prominent civil rights leader, lay fatally wounded on a motel balcony in Memphis, Tennessee. His lieutenants stood over his body, pointing frantically across the parking lot in the direction of the shooter.


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Such a pity John Lewis and other black leaders endorsed H Clinton. What were they thinking?
MLK would have approved of Bernie's agenda.


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I am with you, oldman. I think there may be something Bernie can still do. If (gawd, i hate that word) Bernie and Jill Stein can work out something and run candidates for House and Senate, then the people of the United States would have a choice at least instead of only the parties protecting wealth and power, our famous privatized politicians.