Martin Luther King's 'Letter from Birmingham Jail'
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This paper shows that King did this by stressing the importance of non-violent disobedience.The author points out that, iIn his "Letter from a Birmingham Jail," he discussed the concept of having a social conscience. The paper states that King saw the Federal Constitution as being mutually inclusive with the idea of civil disobedience.
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