David Lambert - David Lambert Chap 29 Opposing Viewpoints King makes several prominent points when addressing the problem with racial injustice and

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David Lambert Chap 29 Opposing Viewpoints King makes several prominent points when addressing the problem with racial injustice and brings up several things that are very “radical” for their time. First King brings up that the constitution says that all men are created equal. The constitution does not specify which men, or which color, or which religion of men is superior to one or the other. The next thing that King points out is the false concept of inferior and superior races. Obviously these do not exist, and it has been proved over and over again that this concept is false. Next king brings up that Black people should protest because you cant just sit and wait or nothing will ever happen. You have to prepare yourself to take the consequences but if one just waits, the world would not be the place it is today. King goes on to bring up points about legislation that will stop violence towards blacks, non-violent protest, and most importantly the ability for blacks to be maladjusted. Even
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2010 for the course BA 111111 taught by Professor Prof.johnson during the Spring '10 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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David Lambert - David Lambert Chap 29 Opposing Viewpoints King makes several prominent points when addressing the problem with racial injustice and

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