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4 Ways Martin Luther King Was More Radical Than You Thought

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The slain civil rights leader was a critic of capitalism and the Vietnam War, and a champion of reproductive rights.  Martin Luther King connected reproductive justice with racial justice and and urged Americans to “move toward a democratic socialism.” (First published on AlterNet in 2014, and perhaps more relevant now than ever.]

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