Martin & Malcolm & America: a dream or a nightmare
This groundbreaking and highly acclaimed work examines the two most influential African-American leaders of this century. While Martin Luther King, Jr., saw America as "a dream . . . Cone cuts through superficial assessments of King and Malcolm as polar opposites to reveal two men whose visions were moving toward convergence. (Orbis Books)
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This emphasis led to passivity in the realm of political action. This passivity
contrasts sharply with King's political activism. While King shared Malcolm's
belief that God is the ultimate executor of justice, his accent on God's
righteousness led ...
... Shrine of the Black Madonna, in collaboration with the Group On Advanced
Leadership (GOAL) and the Freedom Now Party, an all-black political party
formed in August 1963 to support black candidates for national and local political
14 It was not that religion was secondary to Malcolm's political concerns. On the
contrary, like Martin King, religion was primary in defining Malcolm's life and
thought. His religious commitment, however, was inseparable from his concern
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I was very disappointed by this book. As this is considered a classic, I expected a better argument from Cone. However, I cannot in any agree with his thesis that these two leaders generally came ... Read full review
If you would like to understand the the different between Black and White as human creature read this book.
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