Martin Luther King, Jr., "A Time to Break Silence: Speech Against the Vietnam War
<u>The five steps are:</u>
1. End the bombing
2. Commit the U.S. to a unilateral cease-fire
3. Curtail the build-up of American troops in Laos and Thailand
4. Recognize the NLF as a legitimate party in negotiations
5. Set a date for withdrawal.
<u>The preceding part of his argument was:</u>
" King ends this penultimate section by quoting a Buddhist leader who had once admired the United States but who, from his experience of the war, concluded that America could never again be a revolutionary country for freedom. Its fate after Vietnam would be chiefly to be known and feared for its relentless use of military power."
This proposals are related because he wanted to stop war. He recalled how the U.S was feared for its use of military power. He wanted to have a change in the way war was being managed.
Once upon a time when I was a discussion with a colleague over what to eat I referred to things she said at an earlier time to help my case. By debating in class, I learned new things based on history and used that knowledge to further support my answer.
One thing should always be in your mind is your listening power. If you cant listen to your partner you can't learn.