anonymous
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What tactic did Martin Luther King Jr. employ to great effect in the civil rights movement? assault on segregation through the courts television appeals to national audiences letter-writing campaigns from church members civil disobedience and passive resistance
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paki
  • paki
what you guess here about the answer...?
anonymous
  • anonymous
idk the answer at all
anonymous
  • anonymous
television appeals to national audiences....medal plz

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anonymous
  • anonymous
it was wrong
anonymous
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Bull
paki
  • paki
The tactics that Martin Luther King Jr. employed to great effect during the Civil Rights Movement and made famous were civil disobedience and passive resistance. By using these tactics King was able to highlight the oppression of racial segregation, Jim Crow Laws, and the general oppression that was faced by African Americans in the United States at that time.

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