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literature. [...] Books describing the prison experience, including the Autobiography of Malcolm X, inspired an audience far outside the prison walls. The importance
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of Wallace Fard Muhammad and Elijah Muhammad. According to the Autobiography of Malcolm X, all the races except the white race were by-products of the
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native, author of Roots: The Saga of an American Family and the Autobiography of Malcolm X Brian Hall, author Richard W. Hubbell, Wisconsin politician
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dead link]". Accessed 24 August 2007. SparkNotes. "SparkNotes: The Autobiography of Malcolm X". Accessed 24 August 2007. Copley News Service. Three Democrats
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change the pronunciation to /bjuːˈtɛl/. ^2 Haley, Alex (1965). The Autobiography of Malcolm X. New York: Grove. pp. 414–415. ISBN 0-345-37671-4. Bill Beutel
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actually the one who told me I should read Malcolm X. He assigned the autobiography of Malcolm X to me; I read it, and that’s what led to me becoming a Muslim
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receiving the review copies, Moore was disturbed by a quote from the Autobiography of Malcolm X in which he referred to Christians as "brainwashed"; she requested
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from Wethersfield, including footage of their neighborhood. In the autobiography of Malcolm X by Alex Haley Malcolm X recounts a car accident in which he
Beliefs and theology of the Nation of Islam (2,388 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
later more critical discussion of those beliefs can be found in The Autobiography of Malcolm X, co-written with Alex Haley. It is important to note that near
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journal requires |journal= (help) Malcolm X; Alex Haley (1999). The Autobiography of Malcolm X. Ballantine Books. p. 346. ISBN 978-0-345-35068-8. Retrieved
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African–American history while in prison, reading books such as The Autobiography of Malcolm X. He also devoured works by writers such as J. A. Rogers, Erich
Racial tension in Omaha, Nebraska (4,630 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
York Times. July 5, 1910. Retrieved 4/20/08. Malcolm X. (1973) The Autobiography of Malcolm X. Penguin Books Ltd. A Street of Dreams Nebraska Public Television
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Gramsci's Thought: A Modern Application. X, Malcolm and Alex Haley:"The Autobiography of Malcolm X", page 366. Grove Press, 1964 Orwell, George. Reflections on
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One Day, When I Was Lost: A Scenario Based on Alex Haley's The Autobiography of Malcolm X (by James Baldwin) "Une Girafe" (by Luis Buñuel) Mozart and
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Center. 2014-09-03. Retrieved 2018-12-16. Malcolm X (1964). The Autobiography of Malcolm X. The Random House Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-345-37671-8.
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Ideal". New York Times. 1922-09-10. "The Ideal Beauty Queen"] "The Autobiography of Malcolm X." with the assistance of Alex Haley. New York: Grove Press,
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while to avoid danger but his efforts failed. He appeared in the Autobiography of Malcolm X and was an associate of Stokely Carmichael whom he set up interviews
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Double Jeopardy. iUniverse, p. 57. Malcolm X (1992 reprint), The Autobiography of Malcolm X. p. 92. "Malcolm X: A Research Site". BrotherMalcolm.net. Retrieved
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4 September 2014. X, Malcolm, & Haley, Alex. (1965). Saved. The Autobiography of Malcolm X (pp.178–189) New York: Ballantine. Khatchadourian, Raffi (2010)