The words of Martin Luther King, Jr
Newmarket Press, Nov 1, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 122 pages
This handsome, bestselling volume contains more than 120 excerpts from the great leader's speeches, sermons, and writings. King's thoughts on racism, civil rights, justice and freedom, faith and religion, nonviolence and peace, and the Community of Man rank among history's greatest. Includes 16 historic photographs.
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