Martin Luther King has a lot to answer for. He spoke so beautifully, so precisely, so powerfully, that many black writers try to emulate him. The problem is that a) most people aren’t nearly as eloquent as he was, and b) thanks to his efforts, the struggle he was describing sixty years ago isn’t the same struggle we face today.
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