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Author Hajar Yazdiha (left) wrote about Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy in her book, The Struggle for the People’s King (right).

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Martin Luther King Jr. was relatively unpopular when he was assassinated. But the way Americans of all political stripes invoke his memory today, you’d think he was held up as a hero. In this episode, we talk about the cooptation of King’s legacy with Hajar Yazdiha, author of The Struggle for the People’s King: How Politics Transforms the Memory of the Civil Rights Movement.

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