Describe the four basic steps for a nonviolent campaign as outlined by King The

Describe the four basic steps for a nonviolent

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5.Describe the four basic steps for a nonviolent campaign, as outlined by King. 6. Explain, in detail, King’s reaction to the advice “wait” and “give us time to act.” King’s reaction to the advice “wait” and “give us time to act” can be described as frustrated and angered. He describes that the main enemies of his are the whites and accuses them for lying when they state that if they wait action will occur, when they have made no effort to engender change. He states that the white moderate is ignorant and that they lie without realizing it. His reaction to the advice wait is with disapproval and he believes the advice should be replaced with action. 7.Explain why Dr. King is more disappointed with the white moderate than with the KKK. 8.Did the nonviolent direct action, which King describes in his “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” transform Birmingham, Alabamafrom a segregated to a just society in 1963?
1.Explain why it was necessary to include the Bill of Rights in theU.S. Constitution.

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