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"Brings us King in many roles--philosopher, theologian, orator, essayist, interviewee, and author." -- -- San Francisco Chronicle Review
"Here, in [King's] own words, are the philosophy and strategy of nonviolent protest . . . King's persuasiveness comes through again and again." -- -- The New York Times Book Review
"The most powerful and enduring words of the man who touched the conscience of the nation and the world." -- -- The Kansas City Star
An exhaustive collection of the speeches, writings, and interviews with the Nobel Prize-winning activist.See all Editorial Reviews
An excellent collection of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s writings and speeches.Published 2 months ago by Anthony M. Bonta
This is a fantastic book with the essential writings of Martin Luther King. It is an excellent book for people of different situations to understand this great man. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael E Jones
Bought the book for my son. Excellent collection of unknown writings.Published 4 months ago by miss aj
It's an explendid book! I had just a taste reading and my view of nonviolence has already been enhanced.Published 5 months ago by Samuel Wagner
Includes most of the historical speeches given by King. Using as a reference source.Published 6 months ago by Ms. P-G
One needs to read or hear MLK's speeches to understand him. I prefer to listen. It takes me back to a time of hope and real change. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Larry
The book is very nice, and I like to read through it. Besides it's in good condition.Published 7 months ago by Barryliu1987
Great book, literally the bible on Dr Kings sermons, interviews, articles, speeches and the books that he authored . A must have for any appreciators of the Dr. King legacy!Published 7 months ago by john ivey