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Good morning! I'm in Washington, D.C., today to check in with IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva, who's speaking at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

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🎙 “The practical cost of change for the nation up to this point has been cheap. The limited reforms have been obtained at bargain rates. There are no expenses, and no taxes are required, for Negroes to share lunch counters, libraries, parks, hotels and other facilities with whites. ... The real cost lies ahead.”- See who said it and why it matters at the bottom.

Of course this quote comes from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.. It's from his book, "Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?"

  • We'll be off on Monday in honor of the good reverend doctor's birthday. Back with you on Tuesday.
  • In the meantime, check out this collection of excerpts from King's books and other writings at The Atlantic.
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