A fourth volume of the collected papers of one of the century's most revered and influential figures chronicles the actions of Martin Luther King between January 1957 and December 1958, as his international stature and influence growsMaxwell responded to this letter on 22 July, noting that Taylor and Kinga#39;s nominations were among aquot;the most beautiful pieces ... Dear Dr. Maxwell: Ever since the Omaha meeting, I have been intending writing you a note to congratulate you for ... Sunday Sch00l and Baptist Training Union Congress.2 As you could see, your election was a magnificent victory. ... Please feel free to call upon me at any time.
|Title||:||The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr: Symbol of the movement, January 1957-December 1958|
|Author||:||Martin Luther King (Jr.), Clayborne Carson, Peter Holloran, Ralph Luker, Penny A. Russell|
|Publisher||:||Univ of California Press - 2000|