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The death and life of Malcolm X / Peter Goldman.

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Whiting PL - Whiting 921 L778 (Text) 51735000001623 Adult department Available -

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  • ISBN: 0060115823
  • ISBN: 9780060115821
  • Physical Description: xx, 438 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Edition: [1st ed.].
  • Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, Publishers, [1973]

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Formatted Contents Note:
Part I. Matters of color. The death of Malcolm X -- A conversation at the Shabazz Frosti Kreem -- Malcolm -- Malcolm descending -- The devil in the flesh -- Allah in Paradise Valley -- The history of the end of the world -- Malcolm redux -- Harlem -- The parable of Hinton Johnson -- What Mr. Muhammad told Dr. King -- Strangers in a strange land -- We are a world -- Waiting for Allah -- Three encounters at a picnic -- Paradise lost -- Part II. The hour of the knife. At the edge of the grave -- A declaration of independence -- A declaration of war -- A pilgrim's progress -- The child has come home -- The return -- The far side of the rubicon -- On standing on the tops of trucks during riots -- The second time around -- By any means necessary -- Coming apart -- The Malcolm file -- The hour of the gun -- Part III. A detective story. The first day -- What the brothers did -- The second man -- The rites of winter -- The third man -- Two matters for the police -- The ones that got away -- The Judas factor -- Trial -- Thomas -- T -- Zeroing in -- Betty -- Hayer -- Butler -- Johnson -- Confession -- Judgment -- Inquest -- The case is closed -- Part IV. Every goodbye ain't gone. The day Malcolm X died -- The Malcolm legend -- How John O. Killens memorialized a black artist -- Malcolm and Martin -- What became of the lost-found nation of Islam -- The Malcolm legacy -- The death of Malcolm X.
Subject: X, Malcolm, 1925-1965.
Black Muslims > Biography.
African Americans > Biography.
Genre: Biographies.

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