Overall, I see the civil rights movement much as I see the Protestant Reformation. Both attacked blatant injustices, many of them government-imposed. But the thrust of the Protestant Reformation wasn't separation of church and state. It was state-mandated Protestantism. Similarly, the thrust of the civil rights movement wasn't separation of race and state. It was state-mandated group equality of result. Whether they're quoting Martin Luther or Martin Luther King, libertarians shouldn't forget these facts.
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