This volume features the landmark speeches of King's career, spanning from the Montgomery bus boycott to his last speech in Memphis.
King delivers his iconic speech "I Have a Dream" and urges America to "make real the promises of democracy."(Photo credit UPI/Corbis-Bettman)
King writes an impassioned defense to eight clergymen critical of his involvement in the Birmingham Campaign and calls for the church to support the movement.
King's impassioned address speaking out against the Vietnam War illustrates his commitment to nonviolence abroad as well as at home.
Quotes taken from the speeches and publications of Martin Luther King, Jr.