I've been to the mountaintop
Now available in an elegant gift edition--the last speech made by our century's greatest civil rights leader and orator. Delivered on April 3, 1968--the eve of King's assassination--this powerful speech of hope, persistence, and divine guidance captures the essence of King's vision.
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