On April 4, 1968, in the wake of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Robert F. Kennedy made one of the most influential speeches of that turbulent time. It was a moving, extemporaneous plea for peace and reconciliation. By risking his own life and defying city officials, Kennedy helped Indianapolis avert the violence that swept the rest of the country. The hopeful tone defines his legacy.
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