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Malcolm X : the last speeches

Author: Malcolm X; Bruce Perry
Publisher: New York : Pathfinder, 1989.
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Six never-before-published speeches and interviews by Malcolm X. Included are the final two speeches in print given by him prior to his assassination on February 21,1965.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
X, Malcolm, 1925-1965.
Malcolm X.
New York : Pathfinder, 1989
(OCoLC)654611795
Named Person: Malcolm X; Malcolm X
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Malcolm X; Bruce Perry
ISBN: 0873485440 9780873485449 0873485432 9780873485432
OCLC Number: 20400541
Description: 190 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Chronology --
pt. 1. Two 1963 university speeches. Twenty million Black people in a political, economic, and mental prison, Michigan State University, January 23, 1963 --
America's gravest crisis since the Civil War, University of California, October 11, 1963 --
pt. 2. Two December 1964 interviews. Whatever is necessary to protect ourselves, Les Crane interview, December 27, 1964 --
Our people identify with Africa, Bernice Bass interview, December 27, 1964 --
pt. 3. February 1965: Two speeches delivered during the last week of Malcolm X's life. There's a worldwide revolution going on, Audubon Ballroom, New York City, February 15, 1965 --
Not just an American problem, but a world problem, Corn Hill Methodist Church, Rochester, New York, February 16, 1965.
Other Titles: Last speeches.
Speeches.
Responsibility: edited by Bruce Perry.

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Six never-before-published speeches and interviews by Malcolm X. Included are the final two speeches in print given by him prior to his assassination on February 21,1965.

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