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The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Clayborne Carson
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Apr 21, 11

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This is a great compilation of Luther's writing sermons etc. What an inspiring person Martin Luther King Jr was. We live in an age today when too few people are prepared to stand up and fight for what really matters - no matter what the cost. (Though I guess it has been the same through every generation!)
King was not a "black activist" he was a "freedom activist"and it came through loud and clear in his writings and sermons. I love the passion of this man. It was a passion that was strong, loud, clear, and yet, gracioous, compassionate and understanding.
No my appetite is wet for some more books on the life of this great man in the hands of God.

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