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Remembering Robert F. Kennedy's Speech After Martin Luther King's Assassination

When Robert F. Kennedy learned of Martin Luther King's assassination in April of 1968, he gave an impromptu speech in Indiana. Decades later, it's credited with calming the devastated crowd.

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