Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. - Xavier Baquero 10-0126 Leadership...

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Xavier Baquero 10-0126 Leadership I Wednesday, June 16 th , 2010 Professor Shindell “The Autobiography of Martin Luther King Jr.” Review Clayborne Carson did the outstanding work, of putting Martin Luther King’s voice on paper. With the edition of King’s papers and essays, Clayborne was able to deliver the story of King’s life, portraying King in first person convincing the reader to have the credibility that he, the leader himself is speaking. Sincerity is written in the spaces left between words, which makes the ethos of the book be strong. The tone reflects the man who was patient and courageous, who raised the volume of his pronunciation to give emphasis to the cause, hope to hearts, and inspiration for his people, to fight for their rights. By the events that occur, such as the numerous incarcerations, the boycott in Montgomery, the march in Washington, and the insistence in the march at Memphis the reader can only denote that Martin Luther King Jr. was an ardent believer, who believed that justice would reign the nation and
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