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Narrative Inheritance, Redux: What We Should Learn Again From Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Because I don't think it is.   And I am pretty sure Martin Luther King, Jr. would agree with me.   Our narrative inheritance from him is one dedicated to making sure that fine words echo so loudly, and so long, that we have no choice but to act on them.   For that is the only way that progressive change happens.   If we really want it to.

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H. L. (Bud) Goodall, Jr. lives in Arizona where he is a college professor and writer. He has published 20 books and many articles and chapters on a variety of communication issues. His most recent books include Counter-Narrative: How Progressive (more...)
 
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MLK, Jr.'s rhetorical legacy is one of changing ho... by Bud Goodall on Monday, Jan 17, 2011 at 8:41:12 AM