Letter From Birmingham Jail
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He explains this by saying that, "We will reach the goal of freedom in Birmingham and all over the nation."
Martin Luther King Jr. explains how a country divided can't be unified. This is a reoccurring theme throughout history and in his letter.
This helps the reader understand that King just wants nation-wide equality, as do the other enslaved and prejudiced people.
"Our actions... must be condemned because they precipitate violence..."
In the letter, King writes, "Society must protect the robbed and punish the robber."
Another theme used in the letter is "Punish and Protect accordingly."
By saying this, King is proposing the idea of a more fair justice system and further equal treatment.
In the letter, King writes "Oppressed people cannot remain oppressed forever."
One last theme is that "Equality means equal for all."
By writing this, he is saying that he believes eventually the oppressed will be equal and the nation will be unified, and that race won't be a problem."
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