Marks, Martin and the Mule Train: Marks, Mississippi Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Origin of the 1968 Poor People's Campaign Mule Train

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Marks, Martin and the Mule Train: Marks, Mississippi Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Origin of the 1968 Poor People's Campaign Mule Train - Lackey, Hilliard Lawrence
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"A third person chronicle of Marks, Mississippi as the origin of the Mule Train component of the 1968 Poor People's Campaign. The book begins with the backdrop of living conditions in Marks, a small town in the Mississippi Delta mired in abject poverty ... It was this pervasive sense of hopelessness and widespread hunger that struck Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during his two visits to Marks in 1966 ... Dr. Abernathy writes that Dr. King wanted the Poor People's Campaign to begin "at the end of the world," in Marks, ...

Marks, Martin and the Mule Train: Marks, Mississippi Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Origin of the 1968 Poor People's Campaign Mule Train 2014, Xlibris

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Marks, Martin and the Mule Train: Marks, Mississippi Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Origin of the 1968 Poor People's Campaign Mule Train 2014, Xlibris

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