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Ram Faces Backlash After MLK Super Bowl Ad

During this year's Super Bowl, advertisers mostly played it safe—apart from Fiat Chrysler, who faced a major backlash after using a Martin Luther King Jr. speech in an ad for Ram trucks. "Recognize that he who is greatest among you shall be your servant. That's a new definition of...
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