Malcolm X Speaks

Hardcover | January 1, 2008

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Speeches from the last year of Malcolm X's life tracing the evolution of his views on racism, capitalism, socialism, political action, and more.

Foreword, eight-page photo section, index.


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Speeches from the last year of Malcolm X's life tracing the evolution of his views on racism, capitalism, socialism, political action, and more. Foreword, eight-page photo section, index.

Born in Omaha, Nebraska, and the son of a Baptist minister, Malcolm Little grew up with violence. Whites killed several members of his family, including his father. As a youngster, he went to live with a sister in Boston where he started a career of crime that he continued in New York's Harlem as a drug peddler and pimp. While serving ...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:275 pages, 8.64 × 5.59 × 0.85 inPublished:January 1, 2008Publisher:Pathfinder PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0873485467

ISBN - 13:9780873485463

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“To understand this remarkable man, one must turn to Malcolm X Speaks.… All but one of the speeches were made in those last eight tumultuous months of his life after his break with the Black Muslims when he was seeking a new path. In their pages one can begin to understand his power as a speaker and to see, more clearly than in the Autobiography [of Malcolm X], the political legacy he left his people in its struggle for full emancipation … [This book] will have a permanent place in the literature of the Afro-American struggle.”—I.F. Stone in New York Review of Books