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Why do you think Martin Luther King Jr. refers to so many parts of the country?

A: I think he refers to so many parts of the country because he is trying to enforce the notion of all men being treated equal throughout the entire nation, even the states that are the most racist and cruel toward African-Americans.

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    I agree.

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