Martin Luther King, Jr.
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This paper discusses the message, philosophy and accomplishments of Martin Luther King, Jr as leader of the nonviolent civil rights movement in the United States.
From the Paper:"When Martin Luther King, Jr. was growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, during the 1930s, he promised his mother: "I'm going to turn this world upside down." A number of years later, he followed his dream and became the leader of America's civil rights movement (Pastan, 5). During his 13 short years of advocacy, King helped Americans recognize the wrongs that were being done against black Americans and, through nonviolent means, offered a way that the United States could rectify its inequities and offer freedom to people of all backgrounds."
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