Letter from MLK to Boldwen Collins

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Dr. King responds to a previous letter sent to him from Miss Boldwen Collins. He clarifies various points that were unclear to Miss Collins pertaining to the overall purpose of the civil rights movement and its effect on the nation. Dr. King explains that Negroes in the North and South want the same things as other human beings: freedom.

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Letter from MLK to Boldwen Collins
Monday, October 21, 1963
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