Martin Luther King
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The paper discusses how in his "Letter From Birmingham Jail" Martin Luther King, Jr. responded to the clergy of Birmingham that called for his ending the marches and demonstrations that were taking place in a city that was considered by King and his fellow civil rights activists to be the most segregated city in the United States. The paper explains that the clergy had published a letter specifying that the demonstrations were creating an upheaval within the social order of Birmingham that was damaging to the future of the Black population, because the clergy wanted to peacefully negotiate with the hierarchy of the city for civil rights.
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