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Contents FOREWORD INTRODUCTION A Disciple of Nonviolence CHAPTER 1 A Preacher's Son CHAPTER 2 The Montgomery Bus Boycott CHAPTER 3 King Becomes A National Leader CHAPTER 4 King Pursues His Dream of Racial Justice CHAPTER 5 New Challenges, New Victories CHAPTER 6 The Dream Dies Notes For Further Reading Works Consulted Index Picture Credits About the Author
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: King, Martin Luther, Jr, , 1929-1968 Juvenile literature, African Americans Biography Juvenile literature, Civil rights workers United States Biography Juvenile literature, Baptists United States Clergy Biography Juvenile literature, African Americans Civil rights History 20th century Juvenile literature, King, Martin Luther, Jr, , 1929-1968, Civil rights workers, Clergy, Civil rights movements History, African Americans Biography