by David K. Shipler
March 4, 2008 Forty years ago today, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., announced final plans for a march on Washington for his Poor People's Campaign. One of his most ambitious political goals, it was aimed at eliminating poverty, regardless of race. Author David Shipler revisits King's vision.
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