I have a dream
Martin Luther King [August 28 1963]
Foreword Gary Younge. The Guardian, c2007.
Title from cover. "This speech was delivered by Martin Luther King on August 28 1963 at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington" -- t.p. verso. "200,000 demonstrate for civil rights : good order maintained in Washington. The original report of the march for jobs and freedom is reproduced below. It did not mention King's speech. But by the time of his murder in 1968, King was revered internationally as a speaker - as the second article shows" -- pp. 13-14.
Book 8 of the series: Great speeches of the 20th century. Recording 8 on the CD [7:20].
EN LFACT 7:8; EN LFACT 7(CD) Open access