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A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr Quotes

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"This love might well be the salvation of our civilization. This is why I am so impressed with our motto for the week, 'Freedom and Justice through Love.' Not through violence; not through hate; no, not even through boycotts; but through love," (p. 140).

"We must face the tragic fact that the federal government is the nation's highest investor in segregation," (p. 153).

"Marching feet announce that time has come for a given idea. When the idea is a sound one, the cause a just one, and the demonstration a righteous one, change will be forthcoming. But if any of these conditions are not present, the power for change is missing also," (p. 59).

"There is no easy way to create a world where men and women can live together, where each has his own job and house and where all children receive as much education as their minds can absorb...

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