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The Rev. Martin Luther King is shown in 1963 at a news conference calling for federal troops in Birmingham, Ala., following a church bombing that left six dead. Fifty years after his most famous speech, Americans are debating the "content of character" portion of it.

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King’s words inspire debate

Fifty years later, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “content of character” quote sparks opinions on the place of race in America. Jesse Washington

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