Summary:Malcolm X - whose real name was Malcolm Little - was one of the American Civil Rights Movement's most articulate advocates in the early 1960's. The trouble was that his advocacy urged the use of violence. Because of this, he was shunned by most other civil rights leaders. Nevertheless, Malcolm X remained a potent force in black America - and he voiced their thoughts with a bitter eloquence.
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