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The British-born Canadian emigrant gained wide recognition during his lifetime as a historian, educator, editor, and essayist.
Always controversial, he criticized imperialism, women's suffrage, socialism, political corruption, and ecclesiastical coercion, among other targets. Letters, diaries, manuscripts, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings are included.
Newly uncovered government documents about MLK provide a deeper glimpse into a history that is still unfolding.
First Mandarin-language New Dimensions in Testimony exhibit premieres at Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall.