Unformatted text preview: They are the words (stories) of several different people all put together in to one, like a mix tape, but all the different ones still add up to (a single) one. A one that is stronger together and separate like unification of America and the rights of citizens. I think that organizing the actual story of that day in this arrangement is both artistic and simple. This is a good way to teach a young child of the day and also a refreshing and informative way for adults to learn about it (again). Every paragraph of his speech that starts with “I have a dream” has with it a dreamy artistic picture that goes with it. The depiction of God as in the one nation under God that we see in our judicial system is also used in a powerful sense that really brings back “church and state”....
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- Spring '07
- Martin Luther King, Jr., mix tape, famous civil rights, equal work force, dreamy artistic picture