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Unformatted text preview: Black Studies Lipsitz 10/18/07 Social policies decided by rational argument then things wouldnt be so bad Something deeper then self interest, emotional and visceral content White supremacy is so unyielding, King is very unpopular Too involved in the way of the world Young people and militants, see King as someone whos teachings has lead to beatings and deaths King cant count on anyone but increasing comes to count upon blacks in which he maintains face Enact a world transcending citizenship At crossroads between life and death, King makes a break and uses epistemology to think differently King we know in politics and school and the King we see in his books Right looks wrong and wrong looks right exactly what EOC is all about Demand was for blacks to shop in stores, couldnt try clothes on in clothing store, had to get food from back Treated like shoppers, give money to merchants on Freedom St. Barber takes hose on demonstrators People throw fishing lines into crowd and rip skin of demonstrators off with hooks Freedom is a street in greenwood Liberty is a town in Louisiana Justice is talked about in Washington Not telling which path to take but which path to make Making people act, take action cant just announce yourself opposed to bad conditions At the crossroads never takes the path of least resistance, nothing is every done the easy way Nonconformity is good but too much nonconformity is bad Charity is good but charity can also hurt you(to feel big) Communism tributes too much to man and not enough to god, communists win b/...
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