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This biography of Martin Luther King, Jr., and examination of the movement he led draws on over seven hundred interviews.
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In this 1987 Pulitzer Prize winner, David J. Garrow, through extensive interviews, and access to F.B.I. transcripts, delves deeply into both Dr. Martin Luther King’s leadership role and his private life. He attributes King's moral and physical courage to his religious faith: King believed that he had literally been called to do the Lord's work. But from 1965, when the F.B.I. taped King in sexual encounters and sent the tape to S.C.L.L. headquarters, his associates noted a "spiritual depression", even a "death wish." Fear that exposure would ruin his public work dogged him until his assassination in 1968. While documenting the F.B.I.'s dirty tricks, Garrow never loses sight of King's achievement and vision, nor of the poignancy of King's belief that "the cross is something that you bear and ultimately that you die on."From the Inside Flap:
e Pulitzer Prize. Based on more than 700 recorded conversations, including interviews with all of King's closest surviving associates, this is a powerful portrait of King and the movement for which he dedicated himself.
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Book Description William Morrow & Co, 1986. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110688047947
Book Description William Morrow & Co. Hardcover. Condition: New. 0688047947 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0265492