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The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr., Volume 3: Birth of a New Age,…

by Martin Luther King, Jr., Clayborne Carson (Editor)

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Martin Luther King, Jr.'s ideas--his call for racial equality, his faith in the ultimate triumph of justice, his insistence on the power of nonviolence to bring about a major transformation of American society--are as vital and timely as ever. The wealth of his writings, both published and unpublished, is now preserved in this authoritative, chronologically arranged multi-volume edition. Volume III chronicles the Montgomery bus boycott of 1956 and Dr. King's emergence as a public figure who attracted international attention. Included is the galvanizing speech he gave on the first day of the bus boycott, transcribed from a fragile tape recording and published here in its entirety for the first time. Also included are his remarks to an angry crowd after the bombing of his home and his powerful speech at the 1956 NAACP convention. King's words from this period reveal the evolution of his distinctive blend of Christian and Gandhian ideas and show his appreciation of the broader significance of the Montgomery movement, a protest that revealed the "longing for human dignity that motivates oppressed people all over the world." The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. is a testament to a man whose life and teaching continue to have a profound influence not only on Americans, but on people of all nations. The Martin Luther King, Jr., Papers Project at Stanford University was established by The Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc., in 1984.… (more)

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The third book from the Martin Luther King Jr. Papers Project, provides an in-depth look at the Montgomery bus boycott and Martin Luther King Jr.'s rise to prominence in the Civil Rights movement. This volume contains annotated transcripts of King's sermons, speeches, letters, and various personal writings, both published and unpublished. For anyone interested in African-American studies, this is a fascinating collection.
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