Verb tenses

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The question I need help with says "rewrite the following sentences, correcting errors in sequence of verb tenses" and the problem I have is : "Dr. King discussed the three ways in which people dealt with oppression in the past." I don't see anything wrong with this statement. Thank you for your help!

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