Inauguration front pages combine Obama’s second term, Martin Luther King Jr. legacy

President Obama’s inauguration on Monday, January 21, 2013 coincides with the federal holiday celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr. Many inauguration front pages combined the two. (Front pages appear courtesy of the Newseum; some have been cropped.) || Related: BuzzFeed picks 27 Inauguration front pages it likes | Four lessons for media leaders from Martin Luther King Jr. and Gene Patterson | The complicated relationship between Martin Luther King Jr. and Gene Patterson

Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.

Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.
Front page appears courtesy of the Newseum.

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