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was against the traditional views and unjust laws, which discriminated against him and his fellow people. He felt that the only way that these unjust laws and traditional beliefs would ever change would be by protestesting. He also felt that without protest the laws and traditions would remain the same forever. Along with encouraging protest, King's letter was also a justification of his actions. By taking the time to answer his critics (or persecutors, as he is in prison) with patience, logic and intelligence, as opposed to retaliating, King was also able to justify his actions.
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As usual, outcomes are always extremely important. I cannot stand my mistakes affecting other people, especially the ones I care. Therefore not only would I consider my principle, I would go through all the possible outcomes turned from my actions. Maybe you would think my process is not so simple after all, but I can assure you as long as you have made your mind set, it is a straight road towards making a reasonable ethical decision. Like everyone else, I really don't want any one of my decisions to be wrong.