Happy Martin Luther King Day. Good luck especially in having a listen to the one and only “I Have a Dream” speech. For some reason, the King family holds all rights to it, so that the one of 20th century history’s greatest publicly delivered speeches is not in the public domain. Only in America! Read all about it in Sunday’s Washington Post
There’ll be lots of AmSpecBlogging today, but no regular lineup. We return in force on Tuesday.
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