In Honor of Dr. King

As we celebrate the man, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., here is his “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” I always considered this his best work, because it so clearly described King as more than simply a man of non-violence. His understanding of justice contained a solid grounding in eternal principles of natural, God-endowed right. May he live on in works such as this one.

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