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Martin Luther King at Local 1199 (1968)

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A collection of some of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s final speeches, recorded November 1967 & March 1968 and issued on lp shortly after his assassination on April 4, 1968.

1. Dr. King Talks About Local 1199 - New York City March 10, 1968.
2. Song: Everybody's Got To Live by Jimmy Collier & Rev. Fred Kirkpatrick
3. Labor and The Way In Vietnam - Chicago November 11, 1967
4. Dr. King's Own Eulogy - Atlanta, February 4, 1968
5. Leon J. Davis - President, Local 1199
6. Address To Local 1199 Freedom Salute - New York City, March 10, 1968

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