The Successes and Failures of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Non-violent Campaigning Tactics during the Civil Rights Movement between 1960-1965

This paper discusses the Successes and Failures of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Non-violent Campaigning Tactics during the Civil Rights Movement between 1960-1965. It evaluates whether the Luther’s activities were influential in the election of black mayors in the 1960s and 1970s.  It also incorporates the events during the Vietnam war where MLK presented his case about the disproportionate number of black soldiers fighting in the war, an aspect he argued to be out of the perception that the black soldiers were more expendable than white soldiers.

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