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Romney never saw father on King march

Defends figurative words; evidence contradicts story

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / December 21, 2007

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Mitt Romney acknowledged yesterday that he never saw his father march with Martin Luther King Jr. as he asserted in a nationally televised speech this month, and historical evidence shows that Michigan's Governor George Romney and the civil rights leader never did march together. (Full article: 1008 words)

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