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A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Most Durable Power Summary

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The Most Durable Power Summary and Analysis

In the battle for freedom and justice, be dignified and disciplined, "using only the weapon of love" (p. 10). King urged his followers to not allow others to pull them down to hate, for hatred and violence will bring a long age of bitterness and chaos. He further recommended that they be sure to not attempt to defeat, humiliate, or pay back injustices. The goal is to try to share with the oppressor justice for all, black and white. In all they do, participants, both black and white, are to remember that they are Christians.

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