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Martin Luther King Jr. The Man And The Dream.

Publisher: 126 Fifth Avenue, NY, NY 10011 Biography/A & E Television 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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His was a powerful voice for peace, justice and change. Like so many who dare to cofront society's evils, he died a martyr. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. changed race relations in America forever. His tireless efforts to end racial injustice through nonviolent means made him the soul of the Civil Rights movement. BIOGRAPHY revisits the life and legacy of th elegndary leader through interviews with his confidants and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 0767010574 9780767010573
OCLC Number: 610142542

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His was a powerful voice for peace, justice and change. Like so many who dare to cofront society's evils, he died a martyr. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. changed race relations in America forever. His tireless efforts to end racial injustice through nonviolent means made him the soul of the Civil Rights movement. BIOGRAPHY revisits the life and legacy of th elegndary leader through interviews with his confidants and ectensive analysis of his speeches and sermons. Through interviews with former FBI agents, discover why J. Edgar Hoover maintained constant surveillance on the controversial Civil Rights leader. And interviews with King's allies offer a first-person view of the conflict between the private man and the public figure.

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