Frady stated that King and several friends were known as "the WreckersaE (pp 17). When King explained what that was he stated, "We wreck girls.aE King would usually do the scouting for comely prospects for the rest of them, picking the comeliest for himself. (pp 17).
Mr. Frady also stated that while Martin Luther King, Jr. attended Boston University he had fallen in love with a daughter of an immigrant German woman. He dated her for a while, contemplating marriage and eventually stopped dating her because his friends continuously admonished the interracial marriage. Not long after then he met and fell in love with Coretta Scott. The way this was mentioned was as though Coretta the rebound woman replacing the woman he really loved. I had never heard of this woman and always thought that Coretta Scott was his first love. It was mentioned as though King didn't have a mind of his own and was not willing to deal with his love for someone with having to put up with the thoughts of the publics' eye. According to the book he never recovered from having to admonish the relationship.
The issues listed above was rather disturbing t