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"Gilbreath introduces readers to King's more radical and less popular writings and contextualizes the Letter from Birmingham Jail and its influence ... worth a read."
Publishers Weekly, November 11, 2013

"Of the many who have written on Martin Luther King Jr., few have chosen the focus that Gilbreath has taken. He looks at King's legacy from the perspective of an African American evangelical ... Gilbreath documents the changing nature of race relations, and reminds us that the civil rights movement as an entity grew out of a regulated structure of injustice ... A great book for all interested in King's life, the history of civil rights, or the church's involvement in matters of equality."
—Cicely Douglas, Library Journal, December 2013

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