Malcolm: The Life of a Man Who Changed Black America

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Station Hill Press, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 542 pages
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The first biography of the late black nationalist leader, based on interviews with his friends and associates, government files, and his own letters, offers a contrasting portrait to the one presented in his famous autobiography. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

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Review: Malcolm: The Life of a Man Who Changed Black America

User Review  - Thomas Rush - Goodreads

Why would someone who hates and despises Malcolm X to the core of his soul, spend such a large amount of time researching and writing such a hefty book about Malcolm? This is a question that baffles ... Read full review

Review: Malcolm: The Life of a Man Who Changed Black America

User Review  - Samantha - Goodreads

A brilliantly indepth and revealing look at the life of Malcolm X. Sure, it has its bias, but it provides a perspective of a man troubled by the world around him; a man, who grew up with out any hope ... Read full review



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