In King’s letter, he advocates for a certain course of action. In the Le Guin s

In King’s letter, he advocates for a certain course of action. In the Le Guin story, the townspeople take their own courses of action. What are those courses of action and how do these 2 paths conflict? What do you think King would say to the people of Omelas? readings; “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”, King, and “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas”, Le Guin

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