Year 77

1964: Why We Can’t Wait

Author/Editor: Martin Luther King, Jr.

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This is King’s powerful treatise on why African Americans could not wait for freedom and his strategy of non-violence as a course of action for achieving equality. Included is King’s famous “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” a response, in part, to a group of white clergymen, who argued that civil rights leaders ought to fight their battles in the courts.

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