Letter from a Birmingham, Alambama Attorney to President John F. Kennedy
October, 1962
  1. How does this attorney defend his position that integration is an "unlawful usurpation by the judiciary of the legislative function of government"? How might you refute his discussion of the powers of each branch of government?
  2. He states, "We do not resist out of jealousy, out of malice, or out of haughtiness, but out of genuine fear." What does he fear?
  3. How does this attorney use religion to justify segregation?