Ow Beneficial Was Martin Luther Kings Contribution To The Civil Rights Movement
1. you must highlight the controversy and you must debate the issue throughout the essay.
2. Analyse whether Martin Luther King made a genuinely orignial contribution or carried on what was already developing.
3.Analyse Martin Luther King strengths as an orator but weaknessas an organiser.
4. the extent to which his personal ambition/ morality should be taken into account.
5. Analyse clear failures such as the Chicago Campaign/poor Peoples Campaign.
4. You must Analyse Martin Luther kings Strengths, Weaknesses, achievements and failures and weigh up other factors and Charcters such as Malcolm X.
5.Asses the views of king, Historians who promote him and why do they promote. historians who critize him and why.
6. Show what the debate is in the introduction.
7.Analyse the Myth of Martin Luther king.
8. Must not be narrative. Must include historians viewpoints and write a clear argument.
9. quotes from the texts must be used and referenced on the bottom of the page and at the end there must be a bibliography.
10. focus on King.
11. no more than 3000 words.
1.The FBI and Martin Luther King J: From Solo to Memphis: W.W. Norton & Company New York 1981. Garrow David J
2.Martin Luther King Jr and the Cvil Rights Movement. Three volumes. Carlson Publishing, inc, Brooklyn, 1989. Garrow David J.
3.Martin Luther King: The Inconvenient Hero. Orbis Books, New York 1996. Harding Vincent.
4.The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience. Basic Civitas Books, New York 1999. Gates Jr, Henry Louis and Kwame Anthony Appiah.
5.My Life With Martin Luther King Jr. Coretta Scott King, Holt Rinehart and Winston, New York 1969. Harmer Harry. Sutton Publishing, Pheonix Mill.
6.Stride Toward Freedom: The Montgomery Story. Martin Luther king, Harper & Brothers, New York, 1958
7.The Civil Rights Movement In American From 1865 to the Present. McKissac, Fedrick and Patricia. Childrens Press, Chicago 1987.
8.The Last Crusade: Martin Luther King Jr The FBI and the Poor Peoples Campaign. McKnight Gerald D. Westview Press, Broulder 1998.
9.The Lanuage of Martin Luther King Jr and its Sources.
Miller Keith D.
Voice of Deliverance. The Free Press, New York 1992.
10.Revolution Of Conscience:Martin Luther King Jr and the Philosophy of Nonviolence. Moses, Greg. The Guilgford Press, New York 1997.
11.I Have A Dream. Osbourne Charles. Time-Life Books, New York 1968
12.Reflectinos Of the Dream 1975-1994. Williams Clarence G. The MIT Press, Cambridge 1996.
13.The Autobioagraphy Of Malcolm X, New York, Balleantine Book, Malcolm X and Alex Haley 1989.
14. Websites but must be quoted and referenced.