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Logical Language In Letter From Birmingham Jail

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In his “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” Martin Luther King Jr. uses logical language, arouses strong emotions and ethics which appeals especially to the clergymen he is writing to. He highlights harsh truths which that a country which highlights human rights african americans are denied so many. He argues that the african americans of this country should help to fight back nonviolently against the injustices unfolding before them, rather than staying quiet. MLK’s logical language is particularly effective for his audience, a logical group of well educated men. He uses his logical thinking to explain and support his ideas and plans for the future of the civil rights movement. When MLK goes through many of the reasons that he is pro civil rights,
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