Table of Contents for I Have a Dream : Writings and Speeches That Changed the World


Foreword vii(2)
Coretta Scott King
To the Reader ix(4)
Editor's Introduction xiii(10)
Chronology xxiii
PART I The Dream Bursts Forth (1956-1959) 1(36)
1 Our Struggle (1956)
3(11)
2 Facing the Challenge of a New Age (1957)
14(15)
3 The Power of Nonviolence (1958)
29(5)
4 Speech Before the Youth March for Integrated Schools (1959)
34(3)
PART II The Dream Enters World History (1959-1964) 37(76)
5 My Trip to the Land of Gandhi (1959)
39(10)
6 The Social Organization of Nonviolence (1959)
49(5)
7 Pilgrimage to Nonviolence (1960)
54(9)
8 The Rising Tide of Racial Consciousness (1960)
63(10)
9 The Time for Freedom Has Come (1961)
73(10)
10 Letter from a Birmingham Jail (1963)
83(18)
11 I Have a Dream (1963)
101(6)
12 Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech (1964)
107(6)
PART III The Dream Is Deferred (1963-1968) 113(54)
13 Eulogy for the Martyred Children (1963)
115(4)
14 Our God Is Marching On! (1965)
119(6)
15 Nonviolence: The Only Road to Freedom (1966)
125(10)
16 A Time to Break Silence (1967)
135(18)
17 Black Power Defined (1967)
153(14)
PART IV A Prophet Foresees the Future (1967-1968) 167(37)
18 Where Do We Go from Here? (1967)
169(11)
19 The Drum Major Instinct (1968)
180(13)
20 I See the Promised Land (1968)
193(11)
Index 204
(A section of photographs follows p. 98)