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I Have a Dream: Writings and Speeches That Changed the World Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapter 11- Part 3: Chapter 15 Summary

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Part 2: Chapter 11- Part 3: Chapter 15 Summary and Analysis

"I Have a Dream" speech was given in 1963 and is one of Dr. King's most well-known speeches. In this speech Dr. King talks about the strides that have been made in recent years towards the end of injustice, but warns that there is still a lot to fight for. He calls the danger, at this point, becoming complacent and lulled by the few advances that have been made. He states that any who hoped that Negroes needed some time to blow off steam will find that they were wrong and that the Negro will continue in his fight. Dr. King warns his people not become distrustful of white people and points out that there are those that are fighting with them for the good of mankind regardless of their skin color.

Dr. King goes on to acknowledge...

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