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Unformatted text preview: questions whether we will be extremists for love or hate, because this appeals to everyone. Many people that read this can find it relevant to their life and may begin to re-evaluate how they handle certain situations. This section is also very impressive because it says a lot about Martin Luther King. When looking at this, the reader wants to listen to King because he becomes a relatable and credible source through his quotes. His writing is incredibly eloquent and accurate, which is surprising because he had no resources with him during this time. This specific part of his letter truly shows that he has a deep understanding of civil disobedience. In knowing that, it makes one realize that his actions are not irrational but thoroughly planned out. In the end, King is basically saying that he is only fighting for good, and that cannot be a crime....
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2008 for the course TESP 1 taught by Professor Dohar during the Winter '08 term at Santa Clara.
- Winter '08