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Submitted by Alana (Canada), Jul 5, 2013 at 21:43

How sadly true, NuritG. That's one of the reasons I'm grateful we have Dr. Pipes: speaking his version of truth to power, doggedly setting the record straight, in an erudite, not pompous manner. Fortunate, aren't we? And, btw, this is not meant to compare MLK with Pipes: nor do I hero worship either. Just appreciate the good work both have done, and Pipes continues to do, in his logical, low key, yet impactful way.

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