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A Rhetorical Analysis Of Mrs. Coretta Scott King's Commencement Address, Janice Kenney
Coretta King, known best as Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr., has been the new image of black womanhood for the black race since the days of the Montgomery bus boycott, which had its beginning on December 1, 1955. Mrs. King represents the new image of black womanhood because she is the first black woman projected into prominence by her husband. She is a follower in her husband's footsteps. She has taken up her husband's dream as her own and in the process has become a symbol in her own right.
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An Analysis And Evaluation Of John Connally's May 28, 1971 Speech At Munich, Germany During The International Monetary Crisis, Rita Lynne Colbert
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