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A Call to Conscience The Landmark Speeches of Dr Martin Luther King Jr Clayborne Carson Kris Shepard Andrew Young 2001 :: The Progressive Torrents Community
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A Call to Conscience The Landmark Speeches of Dr Martin Luther King Jr Clayborne Carson Kris Shepard Andrew Young 2001


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When King proclaims in his address to the first Montgomery Improvement
Association mass meeting that democracy is "the greatest form of
government on earth," the attendees background cheers are so deafening
that listeners will have to turn down the volume. The only element
lacking in this noteworthy production is an adequate set of liner notes
there are no dates for the material showcased, nor do the editors tell
which speeches are on which CD. Simultaneous release with the Warner

Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc.
--This text refers to the [45]Audio CD edition.

From Library Journal

The word "landmark" may be applied not only to these speeches of Kings
but to this production as well. Great care has been taken in the
writing and reading of introductions to each piece by some of the great
names in Civil Rights history, bearing witness to Kings call to
conscience. Participants include Coretta Scott King, Andrew Young,
Martin Luther King III, Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, and Dr. Dorothy I.
Height. To hear an audience swell with excitement as King slowly and
confidently builds emotional tension tempered with moral reasoning and
intellectual prowess is to feel the thrill of what it must have been
like to be in the great mans presence. This monumental work will be an
invaluable addition to all library collections. Products of their time,
some of the original recordings contain flaws in audio quality, but
this does not detract at all from the overwhelming power and inherent
goodness of the words or the man who spoke them. Mark Pumphrey, Polk
Cty. P.L., Columbus, NC
Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an
out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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