If he is still saying, “Not enough,”

it is because he does not feel that he should be expected to be grateful for the halting and inadequate attempts of his society to catch up with the basic rights he ought to have inherited automatically, centuries ago, by virtue of his membership in the human family and his American birthright.

Martin Luther King Jr., Why We Can’t Wait, published 1964. 

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