Persuasive In Dr. King's Letter From Birmingham Jail

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In Letter From Birmingham Jail, the part I find most persuasive is when Dr. King tells why African-Americans can no longer wait to gain the justice and equality they deserve, and there is not a “right time” to try to gain this justice and equality. It is true that African-Americans cannot not just wait and hope that one day they will gain the equality they deserve. Instead, they must act to gain justice and equality. When people are comfortable, change is unlikely to occur. If African-Americans did not create any tension, they may have never gained the equality they have today. In addition, Dr. King’s descriptions of specific injustices African-Americans suffer make this letter very persuasive. For example, he states that African-Americans

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