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[[image - black & white photograph of Hubert H. Humphrey and Martin Luther King]]
[[caption]] Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey is shown conferring with Nobel Prize winner and civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King. [[/caption]]

HE DREAMED THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAMS...

THEN MADE THEM ALL COME TRUE

ANTI-LYNCHING BILL
CIVIL RIGHTS 1948
CIVIL RIGHTS 1957
CIVIL RIGHTS 1960
CIVIL RIGHTS 1964
THE PEACE CORPS
MEDICARE
FEPC
NUCLEAR TEST BAN

[[image - black & white photograph of Hubert H. Humphrey and Soror Koontz]]
[[caption]] Soror Koontz was gracious, demure and the epitome of Finer Womanhood, as she made her acceptance speech at the same lectern arranged for the Vice-President of the United States! Prophetic, No? [[/caption]]

[[image - black & white photograph of unidentified man and Hubert H. Humphrey]]
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