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June 23, 2008

US Commission Of Fine Arts Approves Design

As reported in The Washington Post:

Members of a powerful federal arts commission expressed satisfaction yesterday with changes to a memorial statue of Martin Luther King Jr. after the architect smoothed away wrinkles in King's brow and reshaped the mouth to impart a hint of a smile.

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