BIOGRAPHY (Haus Publishing, 2004)
Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) was the dominant force in the American civil rights movement. With his genius for rhetoric and his passionate advocacy of non-violent protest, King, much like Gandhi, is a modern icon of the possibilities of political activism which, in his times, included protest against the Vietnam War and the evils of poverty. This new biography examines King, Jr’s influence on the struggle of the suppressed minorities all over the world.
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