Monday, January 21, 2013

Free at Last! Martin Luther King and Nullification

Martin Luther King, Jr., while not the first, was one of the better known civil rights leaders to engage in civil disobedience against segregation ordinances through boycotts of buses, sit-ins and peaceful demonstrations, some without a permit.
 This approach, in theory and in practice, treated the unjust segregation ordinances as being null, void and of no force. Sound familiar? Yes, it is the stuff of which proper nullification is made, a fact which Dr. King himself might not have even actively considered, but a fact nonetheless


  1. This is GREAT stuff. I am linking to your article on MLK and nullification in my upcoming paper.

    Thanks for a great job.
    Publius Huldah

    1. Sorry for such a late reply. I am honored you commented. Thank you SO MUCH for your work. Regards, David