List of 33 Examples of Alliteration in the 'I Have a Dream' Speech

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Martin Luther King, Jr. was a master of rhetoric, employing a sophisticated variety of techniques, including alliteration. Take a look at this list of the alliterations in his celebrated "I Have a Dream" speech.
"as we walk, we must"
"black boys and black girls"
"But we refuse to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt."
"color are concerned"
"come to cash”
"content of their character"
"curvaceous slopes of California"
"dark and desolate"
"dignity and discipline"
"dream deeply rooted in the American dream"
"for freedom"
"in whose symbolic shadow we stand today”
"land of liberty"
"life, liberty"
"lives on a lonely island"
"marvelous new militancy"
"mighty mountains"
"molehill of Mississippi"
"Negro in New York"
"pilgrim’s pride"
"seek to satisfy"
"signs stating"
"sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together"
"state sweltering"
"still sadly crippled by the manacles of segregation"
"stripped of their selfhood"
"sweltering summer"
"today and tomorrow"
"trials and tribulations"
"we’ve come to our nation’s capital to cash a check"
"With this faith we will be able to work together"
"work with"
“Negro needed”