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David Garrow Writing Styles in Bearing the Cross

David Garrow
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David Garrow is a professor who has held several prestigious posts at many different universities, including that of Presidential Distinguished Professor at Emory University School of Law. Garrow is an American historian who has written extensively on many subjects, but most prolifically on Martin Luther King, Jr. Garrow's work is well respected throughout the world and this book won the Pulitzer Prize for biography in 1987. As an educator and a historian, Garrow has the knowledge to make him an expert on his subject matter and the Pulitzer Prize gives him a legitimacy that tells the reader that the things read in this book have been well researched and are as truthful as is possible.

David Garrow wrote this book in order to chronicle Martin Luther King Jr.'s actions within the civil rights movement. Garrow appears to have intended to educate his reader about the civil rights movement...

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