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A King and Three Presidents

Jan 21, 2008

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When Sen. Hillary Clinton attributed some of Martin Luther King's enduring success to the work of then-President Lyndon Johnson, critics accused her of discounting King's works. It made us wonder, though: What effect did the inspired leader have on presidents Johnson, Eisenhower, and Kennedy? We'll talk to some presidential advisors and a historian about it... What questions do you have for them?

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