Martin Luther King Jr.: Organized Non-violent resistance is the most powerful weapon (1957)

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StartLoving4 | January 17, 2011

Martin Luther King Jr (1) Anti-Violent Actions Interview 1957

Martin Luther King Jr (2) Anti-Violent Actions Interview 1957

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Martin Luther King Jr. on The Mike Douglas Show (1967)

Martin Luther King, Jr.: “I Have a Dream…to Go to War?!”

Beyond Vietnam – A Time to Break Silence By Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1967)

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr: I Have Been to the Mountain Top

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  10. “In his Gandhi Memorial Lecture delivered at the Harvard University in 1963. Dr.King gave a candid interpretation of the non-violent philosophy as under stood by him. “Both violence and non-violence agree,” Dr.King said, “that suffering can be a powerful social force, but the difference is that violence says that suffering is a powerful social force when you inflict the suffering on another, but non-violence says that suffering is a powerful social force when you allow suffering and pain and violence to be inflicted on yourself.” :
    Bal Patil Blog: http://www.gandhitopia.org/profiles/blogs/martin-luther-king-nobel

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