By Nicholas Wapshott

Aug 28 (Reuters) – It could be an easy task to believe that the stirring terms of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “We have a fantasy” speech impacted Americans first and foremost. Their goading of the country to reside as much as the democratic axioms of their creators had been a razor-sharp show of the united states’s exclusive grief. The wrongs he attempt to right were internal and shaming – American sins that stretched back again to the occasions of slavery. Continue reading