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American History

 

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Terry C

 

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March 24, 2015

 

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University

 

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King and his supporters continued the boycott for more than a year. As a result of his leadership skills, King gained national prominence and recognition for his exceptional oration and courage. He traveled to West Africa and India in order to better understand Mahatma Gandhi’s principles of non-violence...
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Following the non-violent principles of Gandhi, King ignited hope into the eyes of thousands of African Americans for equal rights. Early in his career he realized that non-violent protest was the most efficient way of achieving his goal. He stated that: "I had come to see early that the Christian doctrine of love operating through the Gandhian method of non-violence was one of the most potent weapons available to the Negro in his struggle for freedom...
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