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A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr - Remaining Awak Through a Great Revolution Summary & Analysis

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. declared that people are sleeping through a revolution. Triple revolutions of technology, weapons, and human rights were happening. They brought with them great challenge. In order to deal with these, the citizens of the world must become one in brotherhood. Technologically, the world is a community. The test is to create a brotherhood of this neighborhood.

Racial justice continued to face the nation. Racial discrimination continued in the hearts of white people, both blatantly and subtly. Individuals, government, institutions, and churches share the guilt of this injustice. Oddly, poor white peasants from Europe were given land, education, financial support and subsidies, while the Negro was denied these same rights and privileges.

Poverty needed confrontation. That poverty should exist in the wealthiest country on the earth was immoral. A final difficulty of the time was the injustice of war. There must come a time that wars...

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