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Dr. Martin Luther King & The Dilemma Of The American Negro / Then & Now

 
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Dr. Martin Luther King & The Dilemma Of The American Negro / Then & Now

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An 8 page essay exploring the conditions described in Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s book, 'Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?', to conditions for the African American in 1997, thirty years after the book was published. Specifically, Chapter IV is reviewed and compared to conditions of racism and opportunities in both eras. The writer offers examples and the thesis that conditions have definitely changed for the better but racism is still prevalent in the country. Two additional sources are cited.
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