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Pitts on What Killed King

A strong column by Leonard Pitts on what killed Dr. King and how his legacy has been diluted.  An excerpt:

From the moment King was felled, 50 years ago this week, the “what” of his murder was clear as mountaintop air.

Fear purchased the gun.

Delusion loaded it.

Ignorance adjusted the sight.

Intolerance pulled the trigger.

Fifty years ago, those forces killed the man. They have sought ever since to kill the memory.

 

 

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