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Derrick Z. Jackson

The King who led on world peace

By Derrick Z. Jackson
Globe Columnist / February 1, 2006

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ONE OF the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s most famous speeches was his April 4, 1967, condemnation of the Vietnam War. He said America could never end poverty at home as long as ''adventures like Vietnam continued to draw men and skills and money like some demonic destructive suction tube." (Full article: 786 words)

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