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eBook formatPaperback, (torrent)En
PublisherPathfinder Press (NY)
File size4 Mb
Release date 01.08.1989
Pages count189
Book rating4.43 (369 votes)
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If you read The Autobiography of Malcolm X, the most widely-read of the books about Malcolm, you will get an idea of the general development of his self-education in prison, and of his attraction to, and eventual prominence in, the Nation of Islam. This volume, in contrast, shows the speeches he made when he broke with the Nation of Islam and decided that the struggle for racial equality was tied to class struggles, and that this meant that people who were not Black could still be part of the fight that he believed was necessary.It shows his attraction to socialist ideas, and these are speeches that were not published until recently, when his widow found them buried amongst a lot of other things in storage, and called the publisher she wanted to distribute these ideas.For those who are seeing a big difference between his earlier speeches and the ones published here, it is not hypocrisy, it is development.It takes a lot of integrity for someone who is famous and controversial to admit he has been in error, and explain what his new viewpoint is, and why he has changed his way of thinking.If you don't read this book, you will not know the whole evolution of the ideas and political program embraced by Malcolm X over the span of his life.

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