Revealed: What MLK Jr. Really Thought About Gun Control Is Jaw Dropping

by Jack Davis  |  published on January 19, 2016

The American synonymous with non-violence in the battle for societal change understood there was a difference between peaceful protest and being defenseless.

“… the right to defend one’s home and one’s person when attacked has been guaranteed through the ages by common law,” the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said.

In November 1963, in the wake of the assassination of President Kennedy, King noted that it was the context of the times, and not the weapons, that were at fault for violence.

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