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"I was quite close to him, and I was not the only one listening who was in tears. “I have a dream,” he said, over and over again, as he described to us his visions of peace and justice. That night, in my letter to my parents in England, I wrote, “I would be ready to go to jail for him any time.” I did not know then that I had heard one of the most famous speeches in the history of mankind. I knew only that I had heard one of the greatest."
— In 1979, physicist Freeman Dyson recalled his experience listening to Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1963 “I Have a Dream” speech in The New Yorker. Click-through for a look: http://nyr.kr/VLwLit