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Analysis Of Mlk's Fight Against The Vietnam War

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The way I understand his opposing mythology against the Vietnam War was because he didn’t want the foreign policy to interfere the relationship he had the POTUS Lyndon Johnson was a strategic part of the civil rights struggle that MLK was fighting. MLK use of the Vietnam War in association with the black freedom struggle was going discouraged not only from congress as well his colleagues within the struggle. The fight against the Vietnam War could brand him as a communist with was a major negative image for the civil rights situation. In 1967 MLK address a crowd of 3,000 about the Vietnam War stating ‘‘taking the black young men who had been crippled by our society and sending them eight thousand miles away to guarantee liberties in Southeast

In this essay, the author

  • Analyzes how mlk's opposing mythology against the vietnam war was because he didn't want the foreign policy to interfere with his relationship with the potus lyndon johnson was a strategic part of the civil rights struggle.
  • Opines that mlk's use of the vietnam war in association with the black freedom struggle was discouraged not only from congress but also his colleagues within the struggle.
  • Narrates how mlk addressed a crowd of 3,000 about the vietnam war in 1967, stating "taking the black young men who had been crippled by our society and sending them eight thousand miles away to guarantee liberties in southeast asia."
  • Explains that many in the civil rights movement see the harmful effect that was the association between was creating then begin to further remove and distance them from his stance.
  • Explains that he transitioned from the civil rights struggle to an anti-war struggle merging them as one to justify his argument against both issues.
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