With Malice Toward None: The Night Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Was Killed

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With Malice Toward None is the self-portrait of a young medical student grappling with the turmoil of the American South during the late 1960s. Peter Rogers leaves Ohio to study in Memphis at a time when civil rights marches, workers' strikes, and institutional segregation create an atmosphere of conflict and division. He attends a KKK meeting and experiences the full force of ignorance and intolerance. When the body of Dr. King is wheeled past him on April 4, 1968 Rogers abandons passive non-participation and takes to the ...

With Malice Toward None: The Night Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Was Killed 2013, Awesome Wonder Press

ISBN-13: 9780991071609

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