Historian Clayborne Carson

Historian Clayborne Carson is director of Stanford Universitys King Papers Project, dedicated to editing and publishing all the papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. Carson is the co-editor of the new book A Call to Conscience: The Landmark Speeches of Dr Martin Luther King, Jr (Warner Books) a collection of eleven speeches delivered at turning points in the civil rights movement.



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