"My Pilgrimage to Nonviolence" [in] Fellowship, Vol. 24, No. 17, September 1, 1958. KING Jr., Martin Luther, Alfred HASSLER, contributor.

"My Pilgrimage to Nonviolence" [in] Fellowship, Vol. 24, No. 17, September 1, 1958

Nyack, NY: Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1958. First edition. 8vo; stapled, illustrated wrappers, 35, [1] pp. The first appearance of of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s influential essay in which he charts the philosophical and theological influences that helped shape his commitment to nonviolence. An expanded version of this essay appeared as chapter six in his book Stride Toward Freedom: The Montgomery Story published the same year. Other content for this issue includes, “Chicago’s Race Violence - Uncensored” by Jack Ross, “Kierkegaard’s Lessons for Pacifists” by Paul L. Holmer, “New Hope for South West Africa” by Winifred F. Courtney, and more. “Fellowship” was the magazine of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, an interracial social justice organization still in existence today. Some light rubbing and foxing to wrappers; rear cover has a 1.5" x 1" abrasion mark. No other copies of this issue currently found in the trade (July, 2018). Item #05513

Price: $150.00