Bearing the Cross - Study Guide Chapter 10, Economic Justice and Vietnam, 1966-1967 Summary & Analysis

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King was unhappy with the agreement reached in Chicago, but he was not alone. The SNCC also was not pleased and showed their displeasure when King took the stage at a rally in Chicago. King was heckled so badly he interrupted his own speech to allow another man to speak. However, the agreement appeared to be going ahead as planned with a committee being formed to implement the points of the agreement. However, this committee had trouble deciding on a chairman, let alone focusing on the points of the agreement. At the same time, the SNCC's lean toward violence was becoming more pronounced as one of their leaders was arrested on charges of instigating a riot in Atlanta. A short time later, violence broke out in Grenada, Mississippi, where activists were attempting to desegregate local...

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