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by | Read by Andrew L. Barnes

History • 8 hrs. • Unabridged • © 2012

Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, last speech isn't one of his most famous. However, Miller argues that it is one of his most important and most radical. Miller dissects the oration, which supports Memphis sanitation workers' fight for better working conditions. Narrator Andrew L. Barnes delivers Miller's comments on King's oratorical techniques and writing in a clear, soft-spoken voice, and demonstrates King's style in passages from his speech. Barnes also sets the scene dramatically; listeners will feel the energy inside Mason Temple as King enters to speak. The audiobook discusses how the biblical stories of Exodus and the Good Samaritan and the U.S. Constitution support King's calls for boycotts. Miller provides insights into King's ideas as well as his creation of a great speech. J.A.S. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine [Published: JUNE 2017]

Digital Download • University Press Audiobooks • 2017

DD ISBN $19.95

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Digital Download • University Press Audiobooks • 2017

DD ISBN $19.95

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