The Resource A testament of hope : the essential writings and speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr., edited by James Melvin Washington

A testament of hope : the essential writings and speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr., edited by James Melvin Washington

Label
A testament of hope : the essential writings and speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Title
A testament of hope
Title remainder
the essential writings and speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Statement of responsibility
edited by James Melvin Washington
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Speeches, writings, interviews, and excerpts from five of Martin Luther King's books are presented in chronological order within topical groupings
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1929-1968
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
King, Martin Luther
Dewey number
323.1/196073
Index
index present
LC call number
E185.97.K5
LC item number
A25 1991
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Washington, James Melvin
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • King, Martin Luther
  • African Americans
  • United States
Label
A testament of hope : the essential writings and speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr., edited by James Melvin Washington
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 681-688) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part I, Philosophy : -- Religious: Nonviolence : -- Nonviolence and racial justice (1957) -- The most durable power (1958) -- The power of nonviolence (1958) -- An experiment in love (1958) -- Speech before the Youth March for Integrated Schools (1959) -- My trip to the land of Gandhi (1959) -- The social organization of nonviolence (1959) -- Pilgrimage to nonviolence (1960) -- Suffering and faith (1960) -- Love, law, and civil disobedience (1966) -- Nonviolence: the only road to freedom (1966) -- A gift of love (1966) -- Showdown for nonviolence (1968) ; -- Social: Integration : -- Our struggle (1956) -- Walk for freedom (1956) -- The current crisis in race relations (1958) -- Who speaks for the South? (1958) -- The burning truth in the South (1960) -- An address before the National Press Club (1962) -- The case against "tokenism" (1962) -- Bold design for a new South (1963) -- The ethical demands for integration (1963) -- Behind the Selma March (1965) ; -- Political: Wedged between democracy and Black nationalism : -- Facing the challenge of a new age (1957) -- The rising tide of racial consciousness (1960) -- Equality now: the President has the power (1961) -- The time for freedom has come (1961) -- In a word : now (1963) -- Hammer on civil rights (1964) -- Negroes are not moving too fast (1964) -- Civil right no. 1 : the right to vote (1965) -- Next stop: the North (1965)
  • Part II, Famous sermons and public addresses : -- Give us the ballot : we will transform the South (1957) -- If the Negro wins, labor wins (1962) -- The American dream (1961) -- I have a dream (1963) -- Eulogy for the martyred children (1963) -- Nobel prize acceptance speech (1964) -- Our God is marching on! [Selma, Alabama speech] (1965) -- A time to break silence (1967) -- Where do we go from here? (1967) -- A Christmas sermon on peace (1967) -- The drum major instinct (4 February 1968) -- Remaining awake through a great revolution (31 March 1968) -- I see the promised land (3 April 1968)
  • Part III, Historic essays : -- Letter from Birmingham City Jail (1963) -- Black power defined (1967) -- A testament of hope (1968) ; -- Part IV, Interviews : -- Kenneth B. Clark interview (1963) -- Playboy interview: Martin Luther King, Jr. (1965) -- Transcript of "Meet the press" television news interview (1966) -- Transcript of "Face to face" television news interview (1967) ; -- Part V, Books : -- Stride toward freedom (1958) -- The strength to love (1963) -- Why we can't wait (1964) -- Where do we go from here: chaos or community? (1967) -- The trumpet of conscience (1967) ; -- Appendix : Additional interview : -- Conversation with Martin Luther King (1968)
Control code
ocm22452479
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st HarperCollins pbk. ed.
Extent
xxv, 702 pages
Isbn
9780060646912
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
90048203
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)22452479
Label
A testament of hope : the essential writings and speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr., edited by James Melvin Washington
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 681-688) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part I, Philosophy : -- Religious: Nonviolence : -- Nonviolence and racial justice (1957) -- The most durable power (1958) -- The power of nonviolence (1958) -- An experiment in love (1958) -- Speech before the Youth March for Integrated Schools (1959) -- My trip to the land of Gandhi (1959) -- The social organization of nonviolence (1959) -- Pilgrimage to nonviolence (1960) -- Suffering and faith (1960) -- Love, law, and civil disobedience (1966) -- Nonviolence: the only road to freedom (1966) -- A gift of love (1966) -- Showdown for nonviolence (1968) ; -- Social: Integration : -- Our struggle (1956) -- Walk for freedom (1956) -- The current crisis in race relations (1958) -- Who speaks for the South? (1958) -- The burning truth in the South (1960) -- An address before the National Press Club (1962) -- The case against "tokenism" (1962) -- Bold design for a new South (1963) -- The ethical demands for integration (1963) -- Behind the Selma March (1965) ; -- Political: Wedged between democracy and Black nationalism : -- Facing the challenge of a new age (1957) -- The rising tide of racial consciousness (1960) -- Equality now: the President has the power (1961) -- The time for freedom has come (1961) -- In a word : now (1963) -- Hammer on civil rights (1964) -- Negroes are not moving too fast (1964) -- Civil right no. 1 : the right to vote (1965) -- Next stop: the North (1965)
  • Part II, Famous sermons and public addresses : -- Give us the ballot : we will transform the South (1957) -- If the Negro wins, labor wins (1962) -- The American dream (1961) -- I have a dream (1963) -- Eulogy for the martyred children (1963) -- Nobel prize acceptance speech (1964) -- Our God is marching on! [Selma, Alabama speech] (1965) -- A time to break silence (1967) -- Where do we go from here? (1967) -- A Christmas sermon on peace (1967) -- The drum major instinct (4 February 1968) -- Remaining awake through a great revolution (31 March 1968) -- I see the promised land (3 April 1968)
  • Part III, Historic essays : -- Letter from Birmingham City Jail (1963) -- Black power defined (1967) -- A testament of hope (1968) ; -- Part IV, Interviews : -- Kenneth B. Clark interview (1963) -- Playboy interview: Martin Luther King, Jr. (1965) -- Transcript of "Meet the press" television news interview (1966) -- Transcript of "Face to face" television news interview (1967) ; -- Part V, Books : -- Stride toward freedom (1958) -- The strength to love (1963) -- Why we can't wait (1964) -- Where do we go from here: chaos or community? (1967) -- The trumpet of conscience (1967) ; -- Appendix : Additional interview : -- Conversation with Martin Luther King (1968)
Control code
ocm22452479
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st HarperCollins pbk. ed.
Extent
xxv, 702 pages
Isbn
9780060646912
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
90048203
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)22452479

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