Letter from MLK to Miss Ethel Klemm

Abstract

Dr. King takes time to write Miss Ethel Klemm and explain the reasons for the purpose of the Freedom Movement. He clears up the misconception that Negroes are just hastily trying to get their way by stating that Negroes have been patient for too long. According to Dr. King, "This is not a matter of gradualism in its most commonly accepted term, but it is a matter of morality."

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Letter from MLK to Miss Ethel Klemm
Wednesday, October 23, 1963
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