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    Martin Luther King, Jr. was the most famous leader of the Civil Rights Movement that was active in the United States in the late 1950s and the 1960s. King came to prominence in 1955 and 1956 and...

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    The meaning of the quote "We must accept finite disappointment but must never lose infinite hope" by American civil-rights activist and minister Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is saying that, as the...

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    I think that Dr. King's ethical frame of reference is rooted in the idea that he would not allow someone else to control how he was to act. In its most basic definition, violence as a response is...

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    Malcolm X was more interested in a separate nation for Blacks rather than Civil Rights. His famous "by any means necessary" speech in which he advocated the killing of Caucasians to obtain the...

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