Letter From Birmingham Jail

References

  1. ^ "Negroes To Defy Ban", Tuscaloosa News, 11 April 1963.
  2. ^ a b Rieder, Gospel of Freedom (2013), ch. "Meet Me in Galilee".
  3. ^ Rieder, Gospel of Freedom (2013), ch. "Meet Me in Galilee". "King was placed alone in a dark cell, with no mattress, and denied a phone call. Was Connor's aim, as some thought, to break him?"
  4. ^ King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 64
  5. ^ a b c d King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 65.
  6. ^ King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 66.
  7. ^ a b c King, Martin Luther. "Letter from a Birmingham Jail". Retrieved 13 May 2011. 
  8. ^ King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 76.
  9. ^ King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 68.
  10. ^ King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 69.
  11. ^ a b c King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 74.
  12. ^ King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 72.
  13. ^ a b King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 71.
  14. ^ King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 70-71.
  15. ^ " "Letter from Birmingham Jail" (1963)", The King Center, accessed 27 October 2012.
  16. ^ Anna McCarthy, The Citizen Machine: Governing by Television in 1950s America, New York: The New Press, 2010, p. 16.
  17. ^ a b King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 75.
  18. ^ King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 73.
  19. ^ a b King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 80.
  20. ^ King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 82.
  21. ^ King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 83.
  22. ^ Wyatt Walker interview by Andrew Manis at New Caanan Baptist Church, New York City, April 20, 1989, page 24. Transcription held at Birmingham Public Library, Birmingham, Alabama.
  23. ^ Margalit Fox (January 7, 2013). "Harvey Shapiro, Poet and Editor, Dies at 88". New York Times
  24. ^ Bass, S. Jonathan (2001). Blessed are the peacemakers: Martin Luther King, Jr., eight white religious leaders, and the "Letter from Birmingham Jail". Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press. ISBN 0-8071-2655-1.  p. 140
  25. ^ Liberation: An Independent Monthly. June, 1963 (page 10-16, 23)
  26. ^ Reprinted in Reporting Civil Rights, Part One - (page 777- 794) - American Journalism 1941 - 1963. The Library of America
  27. ^ Rieder, Gospel of Freedom (2013), ch. "Free at Last?"
  28. ^ In a footnote introducing this chapter of the book, King wrote, “Although the text remains in substance unaltered, I have indulged in the author’s prerogative of polishing it." (King (1964), Why We Can't Wait, p. 64.)
  29. ^ Bloom, L. Z. (1999). "The Essay Canon" (PDF). College English 61 (4): 401–430. doi:10.2307/378920. Retrieved 18 Jan 2012. 

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