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During his fifty-year career as a photographer, Stanley Tretick (1921-1999) covered two wars (WWII and Korea), dozens of Washington notables and Hollywood celebrities, but he is remembered best for his visual documentation of the Kennedy years. His photographs of the historic 1963 March on Washington, here collected in book form for the first time, reveal that pivotal event in all its moving majesty. With its more than 100 color and black-and-white photos, Let Freedom Ring not only commemorates this 300,000-person strong march; it introduces to new generations too young to remember it or know that its title words are borrowed from Martin Luther King's resonant "I Have a Dream" from that day. Editor's recommendation.