Martin Luther King Jr. made a great argument for Black Americans to gain reparations from America in his final literary work.



“But underneath, the ambivalence of white America toward the Negro still lurked with painful persistence.  With all the beautiful promise that Douglass saw in the Emancipation Proclamation, he too found that it left the Negro with only abstract freedom.  Four million newly liberated slaves found themselves with no bread to eat, no land to cultivate, no shelter to co...


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