publication date: Wednesday, February 3, 1999 (part of Round III)

category: Humanitarianism

clue: His dream didn't die with him. Who's the king?

explanation: King's most famous speech, known as "I have a dream," is referenced by the first two words in the clue. King's assassination in the sixties was a major historical event. more…

solved by: Matthew Preston, Lori Lancaster, Aaron Fischer, and Kelly Hardie

trivia: With all due respect to Dr. King, it was fun to goo him into such a bizarre image.


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