King's `I Have A Dream' speech belongs to the public, judge rules

August 1998
Jet;08/10/98, Vol. 94 Issue 11, p22
Reports on a federal judge ruling that the `I Have A Dream' speech by Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Junior belongs to the public, clearing CBS News company of infringement copy right charges, in regards to its production of a documentary series. Information on the ruling by Judge William O. Kelley; Insight on CBS's production of a series involving the speech; Details on the issue prompting the lawsuit.


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