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Through his great and marvelous actions, Martin Luther King Jr. set an example to lots of people. He was great at refraining the use of violence to solve racial problems. With Mahatma Gandhi 's as an example, MLK was able to accomplish his goal of all men gain their freedom. If he was able to see the progress we had made, he would be very proud. Through his determination and effort, Martin succeeded in inspiring people through his nonviolent work, in leading people together for peace, and giving hope and dreams to all.