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How can you view full Dr. Martin Luther King speeches?

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Websites including AmericanRhetoric.com, DrMartinLutherKingJr.com and MLKOnline.net feature full versions of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's speeches. These websites offer full audio, transcripts or videos of speeches. Full videos of Dr. King's speeches are not legally available online for free due to copyright law as of 2015.

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AmericanRhetoric.com offers free full audio and verbatim transcript of King's "I Have a Dream" speech. Full video of the speech is offered with the purchase of a "total access" package. The site offers 24-hour, one-week and one-month packages for $3.99, $12.49 and $42.49, respectively, as of 2015.

DrMartinLutherKingJr.com allows users to view a complete text of several speeches, including "I Have a Dream," "I've Been to the Mountaintop," "Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence" and his Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech. The site also allows users to listen to the audio of the speeches free.

MLKOnline.net provides full text and audio for the "I Have a Dream" speech. The site also provides a link to the full video of King's Nobel acceptance speech as well has the full text of the speech. MLKOnline.net provides access to many materials related to King's speeches, letters and sermons.

Full video of King's "I Have a Dream Speech" is not within the public domain and unavailable to the general public because it is subject to a copyright claim by EMI publishing.

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