] cairo treaty. and it is believed that the reason the second world war is to make sure that third world war will never happen. and the reason for the king's speech is because britain was so hesitant about joining the allies or joining the other side, because they knew when the war ended with the atomics, britain will wind up paying the bulk of the destruction in germany. >> yes. >> and that's why they went almost bankrupt. they lost one-third of their colonies, and they gave up colonialism all in total after world war ii. my question is, does america consult with hitler through a speech like king's speech? does truman give a speech? i don't believe there's united nations yet. there's league of nations. turkey gave up league of nations and invaded. japan, iran gave up on league of nations, and it caused first world world war. so what is americans' price for dropping the atomic bombs on hiroshima and nagasaki? i mean, britain lost one-third of her colonies, and she could -- britain gave up colonialism in all. what is americans' price? and what is u.n.'s chip of it? that's my question. ..
this everywhere you go and i want to acknowledge it on c-sp c-span, dr. king has three principle biographies. taylor branch, david darrow and clay carson. there is no book written without the heavy lifting that has been done by branch and cairo -- and i thank them for the having the thing that they did. this is the book that looks at the last 12 months. april 4, 1967 and 68 looking just at that last 12 months ended the first book i might add that tells the story in real time. so it puts you in the space with dr. king. as a matter of fact in this book he has never dr. king. to you and to me he is docked. i want to humanize him and take them off that pedestal and put you in his inner circle so you knew him as doctor. so when you see dog i'm talking about dr. and author of the book you will know him as doc. like his colleagues and co-workers knew him. i will put in the space with him and is like a real-time movie where you grow with them every step of the way for the last 12 months. until he arrives at this sacred space to lorraine motel at the national civil rights museum. you witn
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