Autobiography of Malcolm X
Americans shared. The Nation of Islam was a religion that believed that white men were evil and white society was set up to suppress African Americans. A: In the first edition of The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Haley's chapter is the epilogue. One Day, When I Was Lost: A Scenario Based on Alex Haley's "The Autobiography of Malcolm X". 1992, sales of the book increased by 300. This autobiography refuted the many negative views of Malcolm X and showed the reader what Malcolm X really stood for. (subscription required) Franklin, Howard Bruce,.
93 The Autobiography entered its 18th printing by 1970. "This American Life: The Making and Remaking of Malcolm X". (subscription required) Watkins, Mel (February 16, 1969). Maryknoll,.Y.: Orbis Books. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
A b c X Haley 1965,. . "Malcolm X: The Facts, the Fictions, the Film". But there is no Malcolm untouched by doubt or fiction. Gates,., Henry Louis; Smith, Valerie. 46 In an interview four days before his death Malcolm X said, "I'm man enough to tell you that I can't put my finger on exactly what my philosophy is now, but I'm flexible." 46 Malcolm X had not yet formulated a rome and the Justinian Era cohesive Black ideology at the. Citations edit "Books Today". 262263; Wideman, "Malcolm X in Wood 1992,. .
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