Plagiarism in College Papers of M.L. King

I see where the Martin Luther King-bashers are hard at it again, picking up Stanford University's Claybourne Carson's contention that the reverend resorted to plagiarism. It might be noted that Carson has, as yet, not attributed his "I Have a Dream" masterpiece to anyone else. I doubt if he can. That one speech certifies King's position in the field of scholarship and philosophical thought.


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