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MINE EYES HAVE SEEN THE GLORY

Nice article, but I would politely demur to your observations that MLK was the third most important person in American history. I agree that GW was numero uno, head and shoulders above all others, but Abraham Lincoln was the decisive figure when it comes to race relations. And Dwight Eisenhower should be credited with the momentous decision of putting the armed might of the federal government behind the Supreme Court's Brown decision. Once that threshhold was crossed, segregation was finished. MLK was a great figure. But he didn't make the truly tough decisions -- Lincoln and Eisenhower did.

Comment Posted By Steven M. Warshawsky On 16.01.2006 @ 09:22


 


 


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