Why Well-Adjusted People Make Martin Luther King Jr. Feel Uncomfortable

Rollie Williams
Most people are terrified by the idea of being maladjusted or standing out for being socially divergent. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speaks about why being maladjusted is the very thing that moves a society forward, and why he would never wish to be well-adjusted.


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