Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos Or Community?
ISBN: 0807000671
EAN13: 9780807000670
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 1, 2010
Pages: 256
Dimensions: 0.87" H x 8.43" L x 5.51" W
Weight: 0.57 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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In 1967, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., isolated himself from the demands of the civil rights movement, rented a house in Jamaica with no telephone, and labored over his final manuscript. In this prophetic work, which has been unavailable for more than ten years, he lays out his thoughts, plans, and dreams for America's future, including the need for better jobs, higher wages, decent housing, and quality education. With a universal message of hope that continues to resonate, King demanded an end to global suffering, asserting that humankind-for the first time-has the resources and technology to eradicate poverty.

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   Image Reclaimed
This book provided insight into the thoughts of the man, not the icon that was created. King's view of the aspirations of the blacks are the broad aspirations of all. Namely, the ability to participate actively in determining one's destiny without systemic impediments. Written very well and inspiring!
   Great book to read and add to your home library
Ii is a great book that gives you much insight into American history and social structure from the blacks and minority perspectives.
   As timely and relevant in the Sixties as it is today
Even with time, Ebbers said, "it's not so much." His words are more important, more necessary and more needed now than ever before. New York Times best-selling novelist Michael Lewis also offers this: "Read. Absorbent foam absorbs most of the pain. Act 1042 reads: "Every person convicted of a crime shall be liable to the fullest extent of the law."
A lot of people don't get to know him that way. He also had a very good understanding of how this system works and who its intended to work with. It's great to be back home, said Blair.
   Thought provoking any time in history
He challenges us to remember where we have been and to be more conscious about where we are going to create our future.
   Still relevant today
The book is relevant today, over fifty years later, because of the technological advances of the time. The book is an inspirational discourse on America's racism. The fact is, Wolf's numbers are not even close to the worst. His arguments seem to me to be irrefutable. His suggested action has been partially taken but so much is yet to be done, Mr. Dhaliwal said. It's time for politicians to read this and act or explain why they won't.
   Everyone should read
Even scarier is how I felt that statement was being said yesterday. When do we learn that we are all one race, the human race, Thibault said. Even today, the cruelty we show to one another makes us realize we still have a long way to go as a civilization. He was an inspiration, Raymond said. I am so thankful we still have his words to keep reminding us that we need to come together, she said.
   Dated, of course
I was excited to read the final book, "Martin's Last Journey," by Lee Childers. I've always hoped for more theology than politics, Raymond said. As a historical document, its an interesting read, but i was expecting more. I'm sorry. nan
   Great read
If you want to know what King was thinking when he was leading the civil rights movement, you should read this book.
   Make sure to get a legit version of the book.
I have only started this book and I'm sure I will love every page of it. The introduction is written by Vincent Harding, a Democrat Socialist, and distracts from the main points of the work by demonizing capitalism. Very disappointed to see someone use such an important work to push such an evil ideology with such an abysmal record of failure and atrocities, Garton said.