Argumentative Analysis Of Martin Luther King's Letter From Birmingham

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Argumentative Analysis
“Letter from Birmingham”
Martin Luther King was a leader in human rights, founder president of the southern Christian leadership conference in Atlanta, Georgia; who in affiliation with the Alabama Christian movement for human rights, engaged in a direct nonviolent action movement in the city of Birmingham against racial segregation towards the Black-African American community.
On April 3rd of 1963, King and his supporters were actively marching thought the streets; Birmingham Police Department, led by Eugene "Bull" Connor, used high-pressure water hoses and police dogs to attack on the children and adult bystanders, who in response manifested aggression towards the violent police officer’s response.
King became arrested and strongly criticized for his actions and ideas by the clergyman, Birmingham Representatives. King felt an immense necessity to communicate to the clergymen the reason behind his actions and the causes which drove the entire black African community to manifest their
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Thus, King wrote: “Let us all hope that the dark clouds of racial prejudice will soon pass away and the deep fog of misunderstanding will be lifted from our fear drenched communities, and in some not too distant tomorrow the radiant stars of love and brotherhood will shine over our great nation with all their scintillating beauty” (Cohen 219).

King’s allure writing resembles his strong leadership capacity through his logical writing. The different writing techniques applied in the “letter from Birmingham”, convince the reader to take into account the ambiguities of his declarations and support his actions. King envisions of a better society free of emotional abuse and racism, has perpetually impacted our today’s social