About the Book :
Barely four decades ago, America was at War with its own self - a nation torn asunder by its inability to reconcile itself with its intrinsic self, fighting to find its own true identity, struggling to establish peace at global level but unable to do so in its own backyard. The kaleidoscope of colors that distinguished the various sections of the American people themselves whose mutual antipathy was the root cause of centuries of internal conflict, dissention, contradictions and bloodshed, earned for itself the epithet of the Nation of Murderers - a people who murdered their own President, shot its own Nobel Laureate, killed its budding presidential candidate, and a host of Black Nationalists who were discriminated against because of the color of their skin. The oppression and revolting cruelties inflicted on Black Christians by White Christians, painted a bright red blemish on the face of White Christianity. Indias Mahatma Gandhi having experienced the humiliations of second-class citizenship in South Africa because of the color of his skin returned to India as a Messiah (angel) not only for the emancipation of the low-caste Hindus but also to set the sun on the mighty British Empire. Likewise, Black America found its own brand of Gandhi: Dr. Martin Luther Kind, Jr. who struggled for racial equality and democracy. The book is the geo-politico-historical review of their struggle against color-discrimination under the leadership of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., following in the foot steps of Indian Gandhis.