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“On Freedom and Revolt: A Comparative Investigation”

Carl E. Moyler holds a Ph.D. Comparative Literature from the Union Institute/University in Cincinnati, Ohio. A teacher of foreign languages. A professor and an administrator at Urbana University and Wilberforce University pay tribute to all the heroes who serve in the name of humanity, justice, and freedom.

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Albert Camus and Martin Luther King Jr are two first-class role models who lived out their passion for justice and freedom. Today, they are among the heroes who are well remembered around the world to the extent that they were both Nobel Prize winners. For Camus, the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957 and for King, the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1963. The following words seem appropriate to reflect what they stood for: “For all who have sought to make a difference in the lives of men by their service and life, and to lighten the dark places of the earth.”
Camus and King were brought up and lived as personal witnesses to the political, economic, and social ravages of their time and place. Neither man was willing to stand in the presence of tyranny, oppression, racism, exploitation, murder, war, and do nothing. Therefore, their response, based on their calling, was a revolt for freedom.
Camus was the beacon of the moral conscience of thousands of people of all ages in Europe, the United States, and other parts of the globe. He was able to influence past and present generations with a vision of hope and courage that gave optimism to doubt and uncertainty.
Dr. King, in his nonviolent cause on America’s civil rights struggle, has left a message for present and future times a philosophy of militant nonviolent revolt in the face of overwhelming nullification against himself and his followers that is infused with hope, justice, and love , and compassion, in a search of a “beloved community.”
This book entails all the virtues and aspirations a nation could ask for at this turbulent times. That will pave the way for the awareness of these two significant figures who shaped the nation’s history. Also backed by top reviews by numerous publishing companies and readers:
James Richardson
“This book is so informative and entails so many details about the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Albert Camus. They are indeed heroes who fought against injustice for the sake of providing the freedom to mankind. Both of them did something so important that it changed the present and future for many generations to come. Although they had different religious beliefs―King a Christian and Camus an atheist, their lives paralleled one another. What struck me is how they relentlessly fought for what was right often at threat of their own life. I never read such a detailed book about their lives and I learned so much after reading this.”
Kindle User
“I really enjoyed reading ‘On Freedom and Revolt’ which is a comparative study between Albert Camus and Martin Luther King, Jr. It made me imagine how it was to live during their time when injustice and racism existed. I was particularly drawn to the passion they both had on fighting for people’s rights, eliminating oppression and pursuing freedom for all even if it meant risking their lives for the very people. This book made me understand that these people proved to be significant and didn’t just think about themselves but about making a difference in this world.”
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On Freedom and Revolt: A Comparative Investigation
Author: Carl E. Moyler
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date:  October 2020
Book Genre:  Civil Rights, Equality, Christianity, Love, Brotherhood
About the Author
The author, Carl E. Moyler was born in Newport News, Virginia—one of eight children. He currently resides in Dayton, Ohio. He was a graduate of West Virginia State University in 1954 with a major in foreign languages and was elected Alumnus of the Year in 2007. He holds a Master’s degree in French from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He holds a Ph.D. Comparative Literature from the Union Institute/University in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was a high school teacher of foreign languages, and a professor and an administrator at Urbana University and Wilberforce University. He is also a small business founder and president/CEO.

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