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King: My dream has 'turned into a nightmare'

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From the Archives: Martin Luther King Jr. looks back on his “I Have a Dream” speech in 1967 and offers a surprisingly blunt assessment of the progress made since that historic day in 1963. King warns of “difficult days ahead” in this extraordinary, long unseen interview with NBC’s Sander Vanocur.