Analysis Of Martin Luther King's Beyond Vietnam: A Time To Break Silence

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Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence, by Martin Luther King from the website, which is called Blackpast, focused on the America’s war in Vietnam which is about their current situation need to speak up for against the war. In this speech, King talked about what America was doing in Vietnam and how the war was relating the country in the reality as opposed to what was being told by government and media. He censured with some reasons for the Vietnam War with in how people were blind and they could seem to America’s own problems in their own country. In addition, he argues about his organization’s view as well as the view of another organizations and churches that were dedicated to getting America out of Vietnam. The belief of clergy got the

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  • Analyzes martin luther king's speech, beyond vietnam: a time to break silence, which focused on the america’s war in vietnam.

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