Of King & Memphis
Sir: Most of the time I was indifferent to the Rev. Martin Luther King's activities. Occasionally I scoffed at his publicity, although I was unconsciously reassured that someone was doing something for humanity. But I cried at his murder. Possibly King's beautiful dream will ultimately result in his being remembered as a man, not a black man. The first step was taken as a thoughtful America united in mourning for a martyred leader. At any rate, our flag waved in a fellow American's memory.
MRS. JOHN VADNAIS St. Paul