nonviolent philosophy Marten L king

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addressing the nonviolent philosophy which was at the core of the movement King led. Address the following:

Discuss King's understanding and interpretation of nonviolence--noting areas of strength and weakness.

Also, if King were alive today, how might his view of nonviolence and civil rights fit in with Black Lives Matter? Would BLM embrace, or reject King's nonviolent philosophy--why or why not?

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Running head: NONVIOLENT PHILOSOPHY

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NONVIOLENT PHILOSOPHY

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In his book of The Stride Towards Freedom’, Martin Luther King understanding and
interpretation of the nonviolent philosophy is that it is a principle by which courageous people
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