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Martin Luther King Jr.

Political Science
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How does Martin Luther King Jr. argue that non violent protesting is more justifiable than violent protesting in his "The Only Road to Freedom" speech?

Feb 26th, 2015

Martin Luther King developed  points that he understood to be central to  the practice of nonviolent resistance.

  1. Nonviolent resistance is not cowardly, but is a form of resistance;
  2. That advocates of nonviolence do not want to humiliate those they oppose;
  3. That the battle is against forces of evil not individuals;
  4. That nonviolence requires the willingness to suffer;
  5. That the universe is on the side of justice.

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