How does King make his case that he’s not an “extremist” in para. 27?

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Directions: Read “Letter From Birmingham Jail”, paragraphs 26-50, and upload your answers to any two of the following questions.

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1) (please refer to paragraphs 27-31) How does King make his case that he’s not an “extremist” in para. 27? What point is he trying to make when he discusses being an “extremist” in para. 31?

2) (please refer to paragraphs 32-37) What two segments of the white population is King “disappointed with”? What does he want them to do?

3) (please refer to paragraphs 38-44) Why is King disappointed in “the church”? What does he want Christians to do? How does he try to convince other Christians to join him?

4) (please refer to paragraphs 45-47) What does King have to say about the police and the demonstrators with regard to law and order, and with regard to violence?

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How does King make his case that he's not an extremist in para. 27

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