In this photo taken Aug. 17, 2011, Justin Barker, the student who was beaten by six black schoolmates in Jena, La., in 2006, speaks with The Associated Press at his home in Trout, La. Five years after the events that sparked the biggest civil rights march in recent history, life seems to be back to normal in this little central Louisiana town. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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An engraved illustration of fighting during Shays' Rebellion of 1786, circa 1850. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Steve Jobs holds up an iPhone at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco in June 2010. Jobs resigned as Apple's CEO on Wednesday. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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The statue shows King emerging from a stone extracted from a mountain. Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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Visitors at the new Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial on Tuesday. Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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In 1938, A&P had more than 13,000 stores from coast to coast, like this one in Somerset, Ohio. Over the next four years, the company's transition to a new supermarket format would cut that store count in half. Ben Shahn/Library of Congress hide caption

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Brothers George and John A. Hartford opened the first A&P Economy Store in 1912. This storefront photo dates from around 1915. Hartford Family Foundation hide caption

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