Copyright rules limit access to MLK speech

01/17/2006 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Critics say relatives' decision not to place the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s powerful "I have a Dream" speech in the public domain is depriving children the chance to witness King's stirring oratory. The King family, which owns the civil right leader's papers and speeches, are selling videotapes and audiotapes of the 1963 speech for $10 a copy.

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