Letters: Apr. 12, 1968

In Mourning

Sir: Dr. Martin Luther King was TIME'S Man of the Year in 1964. Considering the meaningful humanistic events of the last two decades, he will surely be recognized for his role as a leader of this century. I have no words for those who killed him. But as a father, I bleed for others' sons who may die in the streets, having hopelessly cast aside the idea of nonviolent attainment of the principles of our Constitution. King preached as a man of God, but men of conscience must remember him as a...

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