Letter from Michael George to MLK


Mr. George expresses his views on Dr. King's response to the riots Dr. King assisted in ending.

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Letter from Michael George to MLK
Thursday, December 5, 1968
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4947 So. Feberal Date 5, 1968 Div 277 Dear Martin Luther King How are you [.] I have heard about the [MS: illegible] [acts?] that you have stopped. Were you or were you not a Baptial Minis-ter [helped ?] a movement to oppose a social segregation by not [contentment ?] measures. You urge [negoes ?] to adopt a policy of pass?e restance. You headed the Southern Christian Leadership Conference [,] a federation of anti segregation group. I precent you a proved to Mr. Martin Luther King. Sincerely Yours Michael George
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