Civil liberties, free speech, and the First Amendment are not just abstract and lofty principles; they can be important any day at school and work: 2003.
APG Unit 3 -Roberts: "Celebrate Today's Decision...But Do Not Celebrate the Constitution", by Robert
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On April 12, 1963 King was arrested for breaking an Alabama injunction against demonstrations in
Birmingham. He was placed in solitary confinement and on April 16th he read a letter from Alabama clergymen
published in the New York Times in which they criticized King and the Birmingham Movement for inciting civil
disturbances. King wrote his response along the margin of the paper. The following version has been edited .