The Heavens Might Crack
University of New Hampshire history professor Jason Sokol recalled the nation’s reaction to the death of Martin Luther King, Jr. on April… read more
University of New Hampshire history professor Jason Sokol recalled the nation’s reaction to the death of Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 4, 1968. The author reported that at the time of his death, Dr. King was a divisive figure, both beloved and hated. close
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