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Martin Luther King Jr.'s Style of Leadership

"I Have a Dream" speech (Gardner and Avolio 32). He also did this with "free at last" as a catch phrase which echoes in many peopl...

Where Do We Go from Here Chaos or Community? by Martin Luther King Jr.

in his critical assessment of Where Do We Go From Here, "If you stand with the poor, if you experience their homes and their house...

Discussion of Autobiography of Malcolm X

In four pages Malcolm X's autobiography is examined and then is contrasted with Martin Luther King's philosophy. Four sources are...

In Favor of Civil Disobedience

kill. They are trained to do this in order to eliminate their own risk of death. The use of deadly force is justified because offi...

An Analysis of I Have a Dream

the "promissory note" that was made to each and every American when the Constitution was written (King, 1963). He and the group ha...

Source Comparisons on the Subject of Malcolm X

In eight pages this paper compares Malcolm X's autobiography with William Strickland's Malcolm X Make It Plain in terms of simila...

1960s' America

In this paper that is comprised of brief essays the America of the 1960s is explored through such references as Martin Luther Kin...

Common Ground Stood on by Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X

law is no law at all" (King, 2001). Dr. King also refers to the Bible and how Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego in the Book of Daniel...

Western Culture and the Effects of Religion

In eight pages this paper discusses how Western culture has been affected by religion in a consideration of such powerful figures ...

Life and Works of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King

In three pages this paper that is based upon documentaries compares and contrasts Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. in terms of...

Black Empowerment and Differing Approaches

In eight pages this essay discusses Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr., and W.E.B. Du Bois in a consideration to their different a...

Black Leaders Contrasting Analysis

This paper contains five pages and contrasts the racist positions of Malcolm X, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rev. Jesse Jackson....

Comparison of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.

one light or another. We have seen movies where he is portrayed as an incredibly righteous man with righteous ideals. We have seen...

Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.'s Lives, Writings, and Speeches

pastors in African American Baptist church and his father, Martin Luther King Sr. was also a civil rights leader who used the chur...

Differing Approaches of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X

to be done and proposed he was the man to accomplish the goal. In fact, the phrase "make it plain" symbolizes the very core of Ma...

1960s' Civil Rights Music and Martin Luther King Jr.

all, a wild animal will fight to be free of restraints as well and this does not indicate that they are good, nor does it indicate...

A History of Blacks in America From the Oppression of Slavery to the Civil Rights' Movement

direction that this country would ultimately take. They were also critical elements in determining the ultimate fate of the Afric...

A Dialogue between Historical Theorists

This essay begins by describing the moral and political philosophies of John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx, Adam Smith, Benito Mussolini...

Analysis of "I Have a Dream" Speech by Martin Luther King

presenting a sensible argument. Burke proposes that rhetoric should be analyzed according to five crucial factors, which he refe...

Defining a Hero

understanding how this works we present an examination of various individuals, illustrating what makes them a hero. Many argue t...

Vietnam and the Stance of Martin Luther King Jr.

In fifteen pages this research paper examines the reasons behind Martin Luther King's opposition to the war in Vietnam in a chrono...

Rhetorical Uses of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.

urging Civil Rights activists to be patient, sending more or less an overt message that black Americans should be "grateful" for a...

Dreams of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X

In six pages this essay compares the dreams of each of these African American activists. Five sources are cited in the bibliograp...

Peruvian Racial Prejudice and an Application of Martin Luther King's Theories of Nonviolence

In a paper consisting of five pages the similarities between modern Peru and 1960s America are noted in a consideration of how Kin...

Speech Analysis / King's 'I Have a Dream'

Dr. King does indeed work to build his credibility during his speech although it was probably not as necessary in his particular s...

M.L. King/Letter from a Birmingham Jail

Alabama because he was "invited here" and because of his "organizational ties" to the area (King). Statement of Understanding: H...

Martin Luther King/”Letter from a Birmingham Jail”

as his overarching rationale, as he is also in Birmingham "because "injustice is here" (King). In analyzing the situation in Bir...

Philosophy of Civil Disobedience and Martin Luther King Jr.

In seven pages this research paper examines how King's philosophy of nonviolent protest was influenced by Indian practitioner of c...

Nonviolent Philosophies of Cesar Chavez, Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., and Henry David Thoreau

a mirror which no stone can crack, whose quicksilver will never wear off, whose gilding Nature continually repairs" (Thoreau 188)....

Malcolm X and Martin Luther King on Black Manhood

that fight. Black manhood to Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. seems to be equivalent to standing up for individual rights. T...