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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Martin Luther King Jr. frozen in granite

This Sunday, Martin Luther King Jr., one of the most celebrated figures in American history, will become the first non-U.S. president to be honored with a memorial on the National Mall. The massive, 30-foot tall, granite sculpture generated some controversy when it was revealed that it was made in (where else?) China.

I think the bigger question is: Why does it look so much like another iconic sculpture?

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