I have a dream : writings and speeches that changed the world / Martin Luther King, Jr. ; foreword by Coretta Scott King ; edited by James Melvin Washington. [print]

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: [San Francisco] : HarperSanFrancisco, (c)1992.Edition: first editionDescription: xxx, 210 pages, [8. pages of plates : illustrations ; 21 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 0062505521
  • 9780062505521
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • E185.97.I338 1992
  • E185.97.K5.W318.I338 1992
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Contents:
Our struggle (1956) ; Facing the challenge of the new age (1957) ; The power of nonviolence (1958) ; Speech before the youth march for integrated schools (1959) ; My trip to the land of Gandhi (1959) ; The social organization of nonviolence (1960) ; Pilgrimage to nonviolence (1960) ; The rising tide of racial consciousness (1960) ; The time for freedom has come (1961) ; Letter from a Birmingham jail (1963) ; I have a dream (1963) ; Nobel prize acceptance speech (1964) ; Eulogy for the martyred children (1963) ; Our God is marching on! (1965) ; Nonviolence: the only road to freedom (1966) ; A time to break the silence (1967) ; Black power defined (1967) ; Where do we go from here? (1967) ; The drum major instinct (1968) ; I see the promised land (1968).
Summary: Contains Martin Luther King Jr.'s twenty most memorable writings and speeches.
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Circulating Book (checkout times vary with patron status) Circulating Book (checkout times vary with patron status) G. Allen Fleece Library Circulating Collection - First Floor NFIC E185.97.K5A25 1992 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923000816633

Our struggle (1956) ; Facing the challenge of the new age (1957) ; The power of nonviolence (1958) ; Speech before the youth march for integrated schools (1959) ; My trip to the land of Gandhi (1959) ; The social organization of nonviolence (1960) ; Pilgrimage to nonviolence (1960) ; The rising tide of racial consciousness (1960) ; The time for freedom has come (1961) ; Letter from a Birmingham jail (1963) ; I have a dream (1963) ; Nobel prize acceptance speech (1964) ; Eulogy for the martyred children (1963) ; Our God is marching on! (1965) ; Nonviolence: the only road to freedom (1966) ; A time to break the silence (1967) ; Black power defined (1967) ; Where do we go from here? (1967) ; The drum major instinct (1968) ; I see the promised land (1968).

Contains Martin Luther King Jr.'s twenty most memorable writings and speeches.

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