The Dream Lives on: Martin Luther King, Jr

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MetroBooks, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 120 pages
One of the most influential figures of the twentieth century, Martin Luther King, Jr., transformed the socioeconomic landscape of the United States through his boundless courage, powerful mind, and unshakable faith in the transformative power of nonviolent protest. This intimate pictorial tribute includes an authoritative account of his life and accomplishments, as well as compelling portraits of the socioeconomic conditions that gave rise to the civil rights movement in the United States and of the thinkers who inspired King's contributions to that movement.

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“The Dream Lives On: Martin Luther King, Jr.” by Sandra Millner is a wonderful book dedicated to the memory of an American Hero. I loved the book for its large black and white pictures. The book is ... Read full review


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