The last year of Malcolm X: the evolution of a revolutionary
Malcolm X's political evolution after he left the Nation Of Islam. Analyzes the conflicts that resulted in Malcolm's being driven out of the Nation, his views on how to combat anti-Black discrimination, and how, as he put it, to "internationalize" the struggle.
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The Transition Period
Allies and Alliances
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