Notes on the Culture Struggle: Dr. King in the Law Schools

Glendon, Mary Ann
November 1990
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov1990, Issue 7, p9
Discusses the religiously grounded political theory of Martin Luther King and the role of African-American religion in the civil rights movement. Connection between prevailing attitudes among members of the legal academy and a certain disdain for democracy according to Michigan law professor Carl Schneider; Common reason for drawing a cordon sanitaire around legal political discourse; Views of Anthony Cook of the University of Florida Law School on reconstructive theology of King.


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