King's Legacy: Americans Must Choose Between War And Social Progress

In Memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, taken from us too soon, April 4, 1968 The level of domestic greed deemed acceptable during wartime has reached hitherto unheard of proportions. A cartoon by Mike Keefe of the Denver Post summed it up: two American soldiers are staggering through a sandstorm in the Iraqi desert, and one says to the other, "It could be worse -- we could be rich and only getting half the tax cut we expected."


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