Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream vs. reality
One of the great things about Martin Luther King Jr.'s life is that one never has to ask what he would or would not think of something. From books to speeches to action, what King believed and why was documented with such clarity and moral resonance that one need not reach to invoke his memory. His work said enough.
So it is neither presumptuous nor lazy to look back at the year that was in the NCAA, a chaotic blend of bad ideas and bad intentions, to see one place where the legacy ...
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