Martin Luther King, Jr. was originally
named Michael King, Jr., after his father, Michael King, Sr., until
the family visited Germany in 1934. There, King's father decided to
change both their names to honor the German Protestant Martin Luther,
who famously, though perhaps apocryphally, began the Protestant
Reformation by tacking a list of how many protests, or theses, to the
door of a Wittenberg church in 1517?
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