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Topic - Frank Myers
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Tourists and Washingtonians got their first up-close look Monday at the memorial to the U.S. civil rights leader Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
"I think it's appropriate," said Frank Myers, 49, a Teamsters union officer from King George, Va. "His contribution was just as great as any of the presidents.
Asked how his father would react if he could see the memorial, he said: "I think he'd be in tears."