We’ve tried to get permission to publish one of Martin Luther King’s speeches on Monday, the holiday celebrating the life of the civil rights leader. Copyright law makes this a difficult task, and it’s not looking good. We will, however, run our usual collection of quotes, and on Sunday we will publish an editorial reflecting on his belief in the power of the ballot box.
Meanwhile, if you would like to listen to one of his speeches, you can find his acceptance speech on the website at nobelprize.org. We’re assuming the Nobel folks either have permission or don’t need it.