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Book chapter

Martin Luther King, Jr. And American Political Discourse: Rhetoric and Religion

P. 75-81.

Being a representative of the integrationist approach to the problem of discrimination in the USA, Martin Luther King, Jr. made a number of powerful speeches in front of the African American audience. In them he often alluded to the Bible and Christianity in general as there he found numerous examples of humility and atonement. So this was what M.L.King urged Americans to.