Rights & Tolerance | January 17, 2005
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From Left Field"
"The Scarecrow" *
fellow Friends of Liberty,
Today you celebrate the all-too-short life of a man and also the
eternal spirit of humankind.
At thirty-five years of age, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was the
youngest person ever to win the Nobel Prize of Peace -- by
virtue of his courageous, eloquent calls for non-violence to
overcome racism, war, and poverty.
But verily, his message -- to all people -- was even more
fundamental: Have faith in God, country, and humanity.
The man was slain. The dream lives on.
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the early 20th Century by Russell Thorndike in his Doctor
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