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Chapter 12: Savior - Malcolm X

... , Mr. Muhammad said. But the devil would say that now, out of prison, I would return to my drinking, smoking, dope, and life of crime. "Well, now, our good brother Malcolm's hedge is removed and we will see how he does ...

God's Judgement of White America (The Chickens Come Home to Roost) [Pre-Mecca] - Malcolm X

... Christian Leadership Conference. Roy Wilkins then began to attack King, accusing him of stirring up trouble, saying that after the NAACP would bail out King and the other demonstrators, then King would capitalize ...

Chapter 16: Out - Malcolm X

... America. Any time a reporter came anywhere near me, I could hear him ask, "Is it true, Mr. Malcolm X, this report we hear, that . . ." And what was I going to say? There was never any specific moment when I admitted the situation to myself ...

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Chapter 1: Nightmare - Malcolm X

... yelling. One thing I have always been proud of is that I never raised my handagainst my mother. In the summertime, at night, in addition to all the other things we did, some of us boys would slip outdown the road, or ...

Chapter 1 : Nightmare (Traduction) - Malcolm X

... yelling. One thing I have always been proud of is that I never raised my handagainst my mother. In the summertime, at night, in addition to all the other things we did, some of us boys would slip outdown the road, or ...

Chapter 17: Mecca - Malcolm X

... each other a favor. Europeans act more human, or humane, whichever the right word is. My brother Muslim, who could speak enough German to get by, would explain that we were Muslims, and I saw something I had already experienced when I was looked ...

Chapter 19: 1965 - Malcolm X

... -called black "extremists" and "demagogues" the blame for the racism that is in America. Sometimes, I have dared to dream to myself that one day history may even say that my voice -- which disturbed the white man's smugness, and his arrogance ...

Chapter 13: Minister Malcolm X - Malcolm X

... , in successive phases, in those days. I know that then I always liked to start off with my favorite analogy of Mr. Muhammad. "God has given Mr. Muhammad some sharp truth," I told them. "It is like a two-edged sword. It cuts into ...

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Chapter 6: Detroit Red - Malcolm X

... soldiers in tow. I was recognized by some other detectives who, like Joe Baker, sometimes dropped in at Small's. Two things were in my favor. I'd never given the police any trouble, and when that black spy soldier had tried to tip ...

The Ballot or the Bullet - Malcolm X

... ballot or the bullet, I would like to clarify some things that refer to me personally, concerning my own personal position. I'm still a Muslim. That is, my religion is still Islam. [applause] My religion is still Islam. I still credit Mr. Muhammad for ...

Chapter 5: Harlemite - Malcolm X

... ; I'd stick out my hand, saying "Skin me, daddy-o!" My stories about the Big Apple, my reefers keeping me sky-high -- wherever I went, I was the life of the party. "My man! . . . Gimme some skin!" The only thing that brought me down ...

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