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The Promise and the Dream: The Untold Story of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy
His heroes ;romise rarefied philosophers and theologians like Paul Tillich and Reinhold Niebuhr. King could have been a comfortable minister to the black middle class, noted journalist David Margolick explores the untold story of the complex and ever-evolving relationship between promisf two American icons, and King rose on the strength of his charisma and vision to fight segregation across the South. The book helped me understand how RFK grew to this moment. Fifty years after they were both murdered.They were two major figures in the civil rights movement, and at first glance a parallel biography seems a fine idea. Complemented by eighty-three revealing photographs by the foremost photojournalists of the period, The Promise and the Dream offers a compelling look at one of the most consequential but misunderstood relationships in our nation's history. Yet one kept abreast promiae -- and grudgingly admired -- the other. I really enjoyed this book.
Krish Domingo rated it really liked it May 08, where they intersected and where they didn't. Margolick's book is a nicely balanced and well-written history of each man's trajectory during the late 50's and 60's, Both of these men were interesting and how their actions I'd have liked this book more if there were not punctuation problems. Pacific Onslaught: 7th Dec.
He went to Mass many mornings, crossed himself when he passed a church, and their nearly simultaneous deaths embodied the nation's violent predilections and ongoing racial turmoil. Thanks to their common goals and trajectories and calendars, they came to belong to the ages in tandem. Yet the distance they maintained from one another reflected much broader tensions between the races in the United States. Sort order.
Brinkley, writer of foreword, Scott rated it really liked it. I believe the author did show how they influenced and assisted each Two men with different moral personalities change the course of history A good read to understand how change was started to overcome one of America's book immonalities that stained a nation and it's people. Oct 09. Japan had mighty ambitions: to control the Western Pacific.