Lyndon LaRouche: The Immortal Talent of Martin Luther King, Jr.

What was it that allowed Martin Luther King to wield his mind and personality as such a powerful and effective force for justice; that his words and deeds now live long after him and still boldy stir the human soul? Why did his assassination leave such an irreplaceable void in the movement he led? In this January 19, 2004 speech in Talladega, Alabama Lyndon LaRouche truly captured, we believe, Dr. King’s passion; the same force which King himself refers to in his famous “From the Mountaintop” reflection on life. We recommend listening to Lyndon LaRouche’s tribute and then listening to “From the Mountaintop.” The experience is a wonderful fugue. Replicating the passion both men describe here is really the only true way to honor Dr. King.

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