King’s Final Book: Both Political Roadmap and Passionate SermonHistorians/History
tags: Martin Luther King, civil rights, Vietnam, inequality, militarism
Contributing editor Fred Zilian (zilianblog.com; Twitter: @FredZilian) is an adjunct professor of history and politics at Salve Regina University. He is writing a book on The Challenge of American Civilization.
Note: This essay was originally published in two segments by the Newport Daily News, RI, on February 1 and February 2, 2021, and is reposted here by permission.
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