Analysis Of Letter From Birmingham Jail By Martin Luther King

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In the selected section from “Letter from Birmingham Jail”, Martin Luther King wants to abolish American’s segregation law. He divides all the laws into two categories. One is just law and the other one is unjust law. King indicates that the segregation law is an unjust law which seriously affects black people’s lives. I agree with King’s view on the segregation law. Because of this law, the colored people cannot go the public amusement park. They even cannot find a motel to stay when they travel to another place. However, white people can do everything and have priority. This law makes people in the American society treated unevenly. A just law is based on moral, which all the behaviors are believed right to do. Therefore, the segregation
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