"Letter From Birmingham Jail" by Dr. King.
"Will we be extremists for hate or will we be extremists for love?" Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. states this in his famous " Letter From Birmingham Jail" in which he responds to white clergy-men who critize him for " unwise and untimely demonstrations". During the jail sentence he serves, he writes this letter where he addresses the clergymen and expresses his attitude toward the statements made about him. He constructs his response through the use of parallelism, allusions, and sets the tone of the letter with powerful diction.
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