A Book of Martin Luther King, Jr. offers a brief, but effective biography of the Baptist minister and civil rights leader who practiced nonviolent civil disobedience and whose powerful message inspired ongoing battles for equal rights. This striking, accessible biography offers highlights of King's childhood, family, and early experiences of racism, as well as later struggles, including his assassination.
©1990 David A Adler; (P)1998 Live Oak Media
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