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By Any Means Necessary is a collection of speeches and interviews given by Malcolm X in the last year of his life. I thought I owed it to myself to read his own words. What's interesting is how graceful and thoughtful he was with his words, how he wanted to make sure that what he said was understood with clarity. These transcripts are proof that Malcolm was thoughtful and always re-examining his positions on the many issues facing African-Americans in the 1960s. I came away wanting to know more about him and his evolution as a leader. I also came away wondering what he would think of race relations in America, and the world today.
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From being the top student in his class to being known as Detroit Red the street hustler. To being locked up at the age of twenty, where his life changed forever. Where his views of the life of a ...
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