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Essay heading: A commentary of Martin Luther King's \
 
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It was decided that black people in Montgomery would refuse to use the buses until passengers were completely integrated. The boycott lasted 13 month and eventually, the loss of revenue and a decision by the Supreme Court forced the Montgomery Bus Company to accept integration, and to desegregate the buses...
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King became a national figure. His book about the bus boycott, Stride Toward Freedom (1958), provided a thoughtful account of that experience and further extended King's national influence. In 1957 King helped found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), an organization of black churches and ministers that aimed to challenge racial segregation In Greensboro, North Carolina, a small group of black students read the book "stride toward freedom by MLK, started a student sit-in at the restaurant of their local Woolworth's store which had a policy of not serving black people...
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