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This paper describes the peaceful, nonviolent approach to the struggle for black civil rights advocated by Martin Luther King. Jr. The paper contrasts this by exploring the black nationalism and armed struggle rhetoric of Malcolm X. The paper agrees with parts of both of their arguments.
From the Paper:"Violence is the central perpetual social issue of the human species. Having evolved from non-human animals which fought and killed with tooth and claw for their very survival each individual member of the human family is endowed with a ..."
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