Four presidents offer sympathies to King family

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Four presidents joined veterans of the civil rights movement and thousands of mourners to pay last respects to Coretta Scott King, the widow of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. "We knew her husband only as a young man. But we knew Mrs. King in all the seasons of her life, and there was grace and beauty in every season," George W. Bush said.

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