Letter from Birmingham jail

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Martin Luther King letter from a Birmingham Jail is written on April 16, 1963 to the public response clergymen stated on a nonviolent parade that King lead and ended up him in jail for not having a permit. King writes his letter from the jail cell to the clergymen for not understanding the meaning of his protest...
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Martin Luther King letter from a Birmingham Jail is written on April 16, 1963 to the public response clergymen stated on a nonviolent parade that King lead and ended up him in jail for not having a permit. King writes his letter from the jail cell to the clergymen for not understanding the meaning of his protest...
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