Martin Luther King, Jr.

Was Martin Luther King Jr alive when Dwight Eisenhower was President?

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Dwight D. Eisenhower served as President of the United States between January 20, 1953 and January 20, 1961. Martin Luther King was assassinated on April 4, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee, over seven years after the end of Eisenhower's term as President.

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Martin Luther didn't become president.


Martin Luther King Jr. was NOT elected president!


Martin Luther King was never elected president. He never even ran for president.


Martin Luther King never ran for president.


Probably for the same reason that Ronald Reagan, Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Susan B. Anthony are not up there.


Martin Luther King was alive between 1929 and 1968. The presidents back then were: - Herbert Hoover (1929 - 1933) - Franklin D. Roosevelt (1933 - 1945) - Harry S. Truman (1945 - 1953) - Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953 - 1961) - John F. Kennedy (1961 - 1963) - Lyndon B. Johnson (1963 - 1969)


I'm sorry, but Docter Martin Luther King was never elected president.


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No, Martin Luther King Jr. is not and never was President.


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He didn't, he never was president.


Martin Luther was a German Augustinian Friar who left his Friary in the 16th century and starting the protestant revolt. That area of Germany did not have a president.


Martin Luther King Jr was a Civil Rights leader, though never President. At the time, an African American for President was next to impossible to achieve.



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He was conservative, but nowhere near as conservative as a modern Tea Party person. He supported strengthening social security, de-regulation, free markets enterprise, he was an internationalist and believed in using court orders to protect civil rights for blacks."His conservatism was fixed and rigid and any evil defacing the nation had to be extracted bit by bit with a tweezer because the surgeon's knife was an instrument too radical to touch this best of all societies." Martin Luther King speaking of Eisenhower.It should be noted that US President Dwight D. Eisenhower was a middle of the road Republican.


No he was not. President Obama was the first African American president.



Martin Luther KIng Jr. bece president of the boycott. In 1963 Martin Luther King Jr. organixed a big protest march in Washington D.C.


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Martin Luther King, Jr., was named after Martin Luther the reformer by way of his father. Martin Luther King, Jr. was not related to Martin Luther.



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