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The Words of Martin Luther King, Jr

Author: Luther, King Jr., Martin.; Coretta Scott King
Publisher: Newmarket Press 2010.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Reissued with a new cover in trade paperback format in the Newmarket "Words Of" series, this perennial classic--over 200,000 copies sold--belongs in every home, school and library. Throughout his brief life, Martin Luther King communicated vision, passion, and inspiration. He led millions of people in a nonviolent movement that shattered the system of segregation in the South, and at the age of 39 he was awarded the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic resource
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Luther, King Jr., Martin.; Coretta Scott King
OCLC Number: 729030275
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover13; --
Contents13; --
Introduction13; --
The Community of Man13; --
Racism13; --
Civil Rights13; --
Justice and Freedom13; --
Faith and Religion13; --
Nonviolence13; --
Peace13; --
"I've Been to the Mountain Top"13; --
"I Have a Dream"13; --
Proclamation of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day --
Chronology13; --
Sources13.

Abstract:

Reissued with a new cover in trade paperback format in the Newmarket "Words Of" series, this perennial classic--over 200,000 copies sold--belongs in every home, school and library. Throughout his brief life, Martin Luther King communicated vision, passion, and inspiration. He led millions of people in a nonviolent movement that shattered the system of segregation in the South, and at the age of 39 he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his eloquent, passionate advocacy of civil and human rights. This timeless volume, authorized by the estate of Martin Luther King, includes highlights from the legendary civil rights leader's speeches, sermons, and writings selected by his wife Coretta Scott King, who contributes an impressive introduction on Dr. King's life and legacy. The stirring book contains approximately 120 quotations, focusing on seven areas of concern: The Community of Man, Racism, Civil Rights, Justice and Freedom, Faith and Religion, Nonviolence, and Peace. Also included is a detailed chronology of Dr. King's life and its involvement in the civil rights movement in our time.

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