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I May Not Get There with You

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A private citizen who transformed the world around him, Martin Luther King, Jr., was arguably the greatest American who ever lived. Now, after more than thirty years, few people understand how truly radical he was. In this groundbreaking examination of the man and his legacy, provocative author, lecturer, and professor Michael Eric Dyson restores King's true vitality and complexity and challenges us to embrace the very contradictions that make King relevant in today's world.

GenreNonFiction
Historical
Political
Biography
TopicsMinisters
Civil rights
Civil rights movement
Civil rights leaders
Nonviolence
African Americans
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