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Martin Luther King: Taking The Long View

Rockridge Nation: In his mission to ensure that the arc of the moral universe bends toward justice, Dr. King took a decidedly long view, focusing

Martin Luther King Rockridge Nation:

In his mission to ensure that the arc of the moral universe bends toward justice, Dr. King took a decidedly long view, focusing not on mere lobbying for the legislation of the day, but on defining the moral imperatives of the nation to compel action for generations to come. Progress tends to be fragile and often proves illusory when it is the product of political insiders who fail to engage the broader citizenry. Dr. King, by contrast, led by revealing the hidden truths, narratives, and moral premises that compel action. Read on...

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