Thirty years after his death on a Memphis motel balcony, this work re-examines the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Using interviews and previously undisclosed evidence, the author uncovers the errors of previous investigations and resolves speculation about whether the FBI, CIA or the Mafia was involved in the murder of one of the twentieth century's most luminous icons. From King's rousing ""mountaintop"" speech the night before he was killed, to the shock in the courtroom when Ray suddenly pled guilty and the ...

Killing the Dream 1984, Little, Brown & Company, New York

ISBN-13: 9780316848381

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