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Fifty Years After King’s Famous Anti-War Speech, America Is Again Debating Guns Versus Butter


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Fifty Years After King’s Famous Anti-War Speech, America Is Again Debating Guns Versus Butter

Peter Dreier

Today is the 50th anniversary of one of Rev. Martin Luther King’s most important speeches — an address at the prestigious Riverside Church in New York City on April 4, 1967 in which he publicly denounced America’s war in Vietnam.


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"Today we still need what King called "...a Radical Revolution of Values..." that emphasizes Social Justice and Economic Nationalism.

Despite a Captured Media that only gives Positive Support to the Morally Corrupt Status Quo, we must have faith that Good will Triumph over Evil and that it is Darkest Before Dawn.

That we are even still allowed to Publicly Discuss Dr. King, reveals a Glimmer of Hope for the Future.

Sort of like the Grass that Grows through Cracks.