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Martin Luther King Jr. wrote most of this book was written along with a "Letter from Birmingham Jail" King wrote in April of 1963.
Book has mad me more thankful for the blessings and opportunities that I have because of what Dr. King and a lot of other civil rights activists fought for.
Great insight to the time and place of America in great turmoil, and how one man brought his people to the for front to take their place in history.
I love learning about history in this period of time. It was a time of excitement, sorrowing, and joy. What a example for every American Mr. King can be for us. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mimi
I was high school senior in 1964. This book helped me to put all of the history into its proper perspective. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Thad R. Edmonds
I ordered a few copies of this book for my child's and her classmates. The books came quickly and were in perfect condition.Published 4 months ago by Nechama Eilfort
Living history. A look into the mind of Martin Luther King Jr. Turns out the man was every bit as brilliant as his eloquent speeches and history would suggest. Read morePublished 4 months ago by monicae
The book that was delivered to me look visually different from the one that is required by the class. I'm hoping that there are no major differences. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Megann Horstead
This should be required reading in schools, this or another book by King. This is no boring treatise. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joyful Mother
still holds great relevancy to the political and social condition of America, proof that we still can wait to make ourselves more kind to and understanding of one another.Published 6 months ago by Phil