Initially, the efforts of SNCC were supported by King but soon there was surfacing of conflict. King showed willingness in being patient and continuously had been working through non- violence to move ahead with equality. The SNCC ended up becoming the militant, and immediate actions were demanded on the issues, while they were not willing to wait for the initiation of changes. Even though there was membership of NAACP among King and Parks, the movement of Montgomery resulted in the establishment of a new regional organization in the year 1957 (King, 1980).
This left King as its president and the new regional organization was named as Southern Christian Leadership Conference. King had been identified as the major representative for aspirations of black population, however, in Montgomery, little known individuals had been found initiating efforts by majority of the subsequent black movements.
Due to these kinds of philosophical variation, the two forces came at a distance. King further faced challenges due to the efforts under the initiation of federal government. He had subjectivity to a number of unwarranted investigations initiated by the Federal Bureau along with undue harassment initiated by Edgar Hoover, the Head of Federal Bureau. According to Hoover, King was a major cause of trouble in the country and he was declared as “the most notorious liar of the nation”. Hoover believed that if there was negative questioning of King’s morality across the public, however, the followers of King did not support the same. However, it was fortunate that Hoover along with his attempts of discrediting Dr King did not end up hindering the effort of King for the security of equal rights among all.
When Martin Luther had emerged as the most effective leader of the boycott movement, he was under the possession of unique oratorical and conciliatory skills. The basic understanding was about the wider significance underlined by the boycott, while it was soon realized that the tactics of non- violence used by Mahatma Gandhi, the Indian nationalist did involve certain effectiveness for the southern population of blacks. He was a strong believer of the doctrine of love operations following the approach of non-violence as it was the most potent tool for struggling for the freedom of Negros.