Letter from Birmingham Jail

For whom did Martin Luther King Jr. write his letter titled Letter from Birmingham Jail?
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Birmingham is probably the most thoroughly segregated city in the United States.
Its ugly record of brutality is widely known.
Negroes have experienced grossly unjust treatment in the courts.
There have been more unsolved bombings of Negro homes and churches in Birmingham than in any other city in the nation.
What is the purpose of direct action?To dramatize such a crisis that the merchants would be forced to negotiate in good faith.What historical fact did Martin Luther King Jr. quote when discussing an oppressed people trying to get their rights?That privileged groups seldom give up their privileges voluntarily; it must be demanded by the oppressed.What has "wait" meant when used to discuss civil rights?NeverWhat brought Martin Luther King Jr.'s daughter to tears?She could not go to the amusement park because it was for whites only.What would happen when Martin Luther King Jr. would take his family on a cross country trip?They would have to sleep in their car because no motel would accept them.What are the two types of laws?Just and Unjust.True or False: A law may appear to be just, but is applied in an unjust manner.TrueWhich laws does Martin Luther King Jr. advocate obeying and which laws does he advocate disobeying?Obey the just laws. Disobey the unjust laws.What term does MLK Jr. disagree with?the recent statement calling their activities "unwise and untimely."How does Martin Luther King Jr. hope to see the eight clergymen in the future?As fellow clergymen and not as a civil rights leader.What technique does Martin Luther King Jr. use to establish his ethos?He introduces himself as the president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.