Why We Can't Wait by Martin Luther King

This book is a powerful exploration of the civil rights struggle in the United States in the early 1960s, as seen through the eyes of one of its most prominent figures. It provides a historical context for the push for racial equality, including the role of nonviolent protest in achieving social change. The book also includes a detailed account of the 1963 Birmingham campaign, a pivotal moment in the civil rights movement, and presents a compelling argument for the urgency of addressing racial injustice.

The 1431st greatest book of all time


Published
1964
Nationality
American
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
160-200
Words
40,000
Original Language
English

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