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MLK Handwritten Reflections on the Selma March, Bloody Sunday, SNNC and Communism

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Dr. King discusses the Selma to Montgomery march, calling it the "most powerful and dramatic civil rights protest ever held in the south." Dr. King also addresses criticism of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee's tactics. He concludes these notes by responding to claims that he has communist ties, denying any foreign or left-wing influence on his actions. Of Bayard Rustin and C. T. Vivian, two of King's associates with alleged ties to the Communist Party, King writes that he has "absolute confidence in their integrity" and "their commitment to democracy."

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