Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education

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Author:  Mary McGuire [ Tue Jun 07, 2005 5:35 pm ]

I found his letter from the jail outstanding. As far as I'm concerned Martin Luther King is one of the greatest speakers of our time. Note I did not categorize him as black or during the civil rights movement. Did anyone take a look at all the footnotes? What a wide range of knowledge of numerous subjects he had. His style was humble yet non-apologetic for his views. I'm sure he was responding to critism from highly-respected leaders and after reading his letter I would have been ashamed to question his actions. What a shame to loose him. I think he would of brought greater self-respect and dignity to the movement verses Malcom X and the Black Panthers..What does everyone else think?

Author:  alice roberts [ Wed Jun 08, 2005 12:48 pm ]
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I agree Mary. I am always glad to see outspoken people who are also well educated indivuals, regardless of whether I agree with their views. Some one who has done their homework is much easier to have respect for than someone who comes off as a raving lunatic. I can at least listen and learn from them about their point of view.

Author:  William Shehan [ Sat Jun 11, 2005 4:46 pm ]
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When Martin Luther King speaks of freedom he means for everyone. He wanted equal rights for everyone, not just the Blacks. He was killed bysomeone who feared his knowledge. Malcom X was killed by a member of his own gang. King did not like violence. Malcom X and the Black Panthers did not mind violence.

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